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India's Modi leaves for Japan to boost defence, energy ties

India's Modi leaves for Japan to boost defence, energy ties

30 August 2014 | 09:09 | FOCUS News Agency
New Delhi. India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi left Saturday for a trip to Japan aimed at strengthening ties with counterpart Shinzo Abe and boosting trade between Asia's second and third largest economies, AFP reported.
The two leaders, both right-wing nationalists elected on a pledge to revive their countries' economies, also share an interest in shoring up regional alliances to counter an increasingly assertive China.
Before leaving India, the 63-year-old premier said he was confident that his five-day visit would "write a new chapter" in bilateral relations with Japan in areas including defence, nuclear energy and infrastructure.
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