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PM Modi at the G7 summit: India's dominance was clearly visible in the Group of Seven (G-7) summit held in Apulia, Italy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met several world leaders including US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G-7 summit. During this, many issues were discussed. Many countries were seen expressing their commitment to work with India to resolve important issues. On the other hand, Europe expressed its commitment to further promote concrete structural proposals. Let us tell you where and with whom the talks took place and know what Prime Minister Modi brought from Italy.

A special meeting with Canada

Relations between India and Canada have been tense for some time. In such a situation, PM Modi's meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been very special. Many countries were eyeing this visit. After my meeting with Prime Minister Modi at the G7 summit, Justin Trudeau said on Saturday that there is a commitment to work with India to resolve some very important issues. But it is a commitment to work together to resolve some very important issues in the near future. India says that the main issue between the two countries is that Canada is giving space to active pro-Khalistan elements from its territory. India has repeatedly conveyed its deep concerns to Canada and New Delhi hopes that Ottawa will crack down on those elements.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and PM Maloney discussed India-Italy strategic partnership

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni reviewed the progress of the bilateral strategic partnership and agreed to strengthen cooperation in global forums and multilateral initiatives, including the India-West Asia-Europe Economic Corridor. The two leaders met on Friday at the end of PM Modi's one-day visit to Apulia in southern Italy. Meanwhile, Modi thanked the Italian Prime Minister for inviting him to the G7 summit.

In a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs about the meeting, the leaders expressed commitment to fulfill their shared vision for an open and free Indo-Pacific region and also discussed the India-West Asia-Europe Economic Corridor. Amid China's aggressive moves in the region, the Ministry of External Affairs said the two leaders are set to implement joint activities under a framework to fulfill their shared vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific region.

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Progress made in India-Japan bilateral relations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on the sidelines of the G-7 Summit in Apulia, Italy. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi thanked Prime Minister Kishida for congratulating him on assuming office for the third consecutive term. He reaffirmed that bilateral relations with Japan will remain a priority in his third term. The two leaders noted that the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership is in its 10th year and expressed satisfaction at the progress made in bilateral relations. The two leaders discussed ways to further strengthen mutual cooperation, connect new and emerging areas, and strengthen B2B and P2P cooperation.

India and Japan are cooperating in many important areas, including the historic Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail Project (Bullet Train). The Japanese investment target of 5 trillion yen in India over the period 2022-2027 and the India-Japan Industrial Competitiveness Partnership aim to transform our manufacturing cooperation. The two leaders expressed keenness to continue their discussions at the upcoming India-Japan Annual Summit.

India-West Asia-Europe Economic Corridor will pave the way for progress

At the end of the G7 summit, the group of industrialised nations committed to further promote concrete infrastructure proposals such as the India-West-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC). The India-West Asia-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC) project envisages a vast road, railway and shipping network between Saudi Arabia, India, the US and Europe to ensure connectivity between Asia, West Asia and the West.

At the end of the G7 Summit, we will promote the G7 PGII's concrete proposals, flagship projects and complementary proposals to develop transformational economic corridors for quality infrastructure and investment. Such as strengthening our coordination and financing programs for the Lobito Corridor, the Luzon Corridor, the Middle Corridor and the Indo-West Asia-Europe Economic Corridor, as well as the EU Global Gateway, the Great Green Wall Initiative and the Mattei Plan initiated by Italy for Africa.