Sister City Agreement Between India And Japan

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India has signed city agreements with: China, Australia, the United States, South Korea (rok), Russia, Canada, Germany, Belarus, Mauritius, Hungary, Jordan, Bangladesh, Lithuania and Portugal. In November 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe sent a memorandum of understanding for relations between the sister states of Gujarat and Hyogo Prefecture, a Japanese prefecture in the Kansai region, on the main island of Honshu, Japan. Kobe is the capital of Hyogo. During his visit, Modi also visited a high-speed train in Kobe. In November 2016, Modi and Abe colored a MoU for sister-state relations for Gujarat and Hyogo Prefecture. During this period, the prime minister also went on a high-speed train to Kobe, the capital of Hyogo. 16. Health: Given the similarities and synergies between the objectives of the Indian AYUSHMAN Bharat program and the Japanese AHWIN, the two sides agreed to identify projects to build the AHWIN narrative for AYUSHMAN BHARAT. Subsequently, the two sides concluded an action programme to formalize cooperation within the framework of the General Health Committee, which provides for the establishment of a high-level consultation mechanism within the framework of HSR cooperation with a view to establishing a strong health partnership. 6. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi`s visit to Japan at the 13th Annual Summit on 28-29 October 2018 gave new impetus to bilateral relations and was inspired by the momentum created by his visits to Japan in 2014 and 2016, as well as Prime Minister Abe`s visits to India in 2015 and 2017. During the summit, the two MPs outlined the common vision for the future relationship between India and Japan. In a special gesture, our Prime Minister was received by Prime Minister Abe for a private dinner at his ancestral home in Yamanashi, the first such reception granted to a foreign leader.

Japan`s announcement, join the International Solar Alliance (ISA), exchange notes on the granting of seven yen loan projects, including the MAHSR construction project (total loan of up to 316.458 billion yen), the $75 billion currency swap agreement, the India-Japan digital partnership and the agreement to implement enhanced cooperation between the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Forces and the Indian Navy, MOC on Healthcare, Food Processing Sector were among the 32 agreements signed during the annual summit. . . .

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