PM Modi reaches Hiroshima, Japan, will participate in G7 conference

New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Hiroshima, Japan on Friday to participate in the annual summit of G-7. He has arrived here at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Japan, as the current chair of the G-7 group, is hosting the summit and India has been invited as the guest country.

On reaching Japan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued a tweet saying that he reached Hiroshima, Japan to attend the G-7 summit. During this, there will be bilateral talks with the leaders of many countries.

Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra had told a day earlier on Thursday that many topics related to priorities will be discussed in the G-7 group meeting. These include issues such as connectivity, security, nuclear disarmament, economic security, regional issues, climate change, food and health and development, as well as digitization, science and technology.

India will participate in three formal sessions, with the first two sessions being held on May 20 and the third session on May 21. While the themes of the first two sessions will be food, health, gender equality, climate change and the environment, peaceful, sustainability and Topics like Progressive World are included in the third session. Kwatra further informed that there is also a possibility of a meeting of the leaders of the Quad group in Hiroshima, Japan this week. It will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.

Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said that Prime Minister Modi will hold bilateral talks with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and leaders of some other countries on the sidelines of the G-7 summit.

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