- Virtual meet of 9th India-japan consultations took place on Wednesday
- Both nations discussed issues on conventional weapons, biological and chemical disarmament, outer space security, etc.
- They understood the need for such exchange of views to integrate better strategies to their partnership
New Delhi: India and Japan have a ‘Special Strategic and Global Partnership’ between them that makes them come to terms with global issues that have mutual interests.
On Wednesday, the India-japan ‘Consultations on Disarmament, Non-Proliferation and Export Control’ took place that led to the mutual understanding of both nations on a wide range of issues.
It was the 9th round of such a meet and the last one was held in December 2019, in Tokyo. India and Japan came to terms with several issues that include non-proliferation and conventional weapons, nuclear, chemical, and biological disarmament, export control, and outer space security.
An MEA released after the meet said, “The two sides exchanged views on a range of contemporary issues of mutual interest in the areas of nuclear, chemical, biological disarmament and non-proliferation, conventional weapons, outer space security and export control”.
It can be expected that through such mutual interests, both nations will get maximum benefits in the discussed sectors.