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India, Japan Conduct Bilateral Talks; Hope To Strengthen Defence Ties

India and Japan have started a period of serious discussions to take the mutual defence relationship to a new level. The recent meeting between the Union external minister S Jaishankar and Japan's foreign minister Hayashi Yoshimasa pointed that steps towards the betterment of defence relationships will be implemented this year. The senior officials from both countries focused on several defence ties. Both countries are members of the Quad (a four-nation organisation formed together with America, Australia). Military exercises are held every year between these participating countries. 70th Anniversary Of Diplomatic Relations This year marks the 70th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between India and Japan. Discussions were also held to further strengthen economic ties, def...

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India-Central Asia Dialogue To Start From 18th December, These Issues Will Include Afghanistan-America

External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on Thursday that the third meeting of the 'India-Central Asia Dialogue' will begin in New Delhi from December 18. External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar will host the meeting. Turkmenistan in this meeting. Foreign ministers of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan will participate. Bagchi said that the Foreign Minister of Tajikistan will be on an official visit to India from December 18 to 20. On December 18, he will meet Jaishankar. He said that bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual interest will be discussed between the two leaders and emphasis will be given to strengthen mutual relations. As part of this meeting, the foreign ministers of Central Asian countries are also expected to hold a...

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