Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will go to Tokyo from October 6 to 7 throughout which he’ll maintain talks along with his Japanese counterpart Toshimitsu Motegi and attend a ministerial assembly of the Quadrilateral coalition.
Saying the go to, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) mentioned Mr Jaishankar and Mr Motegi are anticipated to debate bilateral and regional problems with mutual curiosity.
“Throughout the go to, the Exterior Affairs Minister may even take part within the second India-Australia-Japan-USA ministerial assembly on October 6 during which the International ministers of the respective international locations will take part,” the MEA mentioned.
It mentioned the international ministers will talk about the post-COVID-19 worldwide order and the necessity for a coordinated response to the assorted challenges rising from the pandemic.
“They may even talk about regional points and collectively affirm the significance of sustaining a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific,” it mentioned.
The Ministry of Exterior Affairs mentioned Mr Jaishankar may even maintain bilateral consultations with the international ministers of Australia and the US in the course of the go to to Japan.
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