Exchange of Views between India and Japan on a Varied Range of Issues

Story Highlights
  • 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.

Related Articles

Back to top button