Today, India will be welcoming the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on his three day visit where different matters will be discussed with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
According to reports, among the different agreements, an agreement to build a bullet train network might be signed. It is said to be Rs 98,000-crore deal.
On Saturday, the 9th annual Indo-Japan summit talks would be conducted where both the Prime Ministers would review all the decisions taken in the past one year and would foster to improve the economic ties in different sectors.
Afterwards, the Japanese PM would leave for Varanasi. Here, he would visit the Dasaswamedh Ghat and bee a part of the Ganga Aarti.
During the entire journey to Varanasi, Narendra Modi would accompany Shinzo Abe. They would return in the evening.
Further, it is said that Shinzo Abe would interact with a number of business leaders and attend a Japan-India innovation seminar in Delhi.
With this visit, it is hoped that the strategic ties between the two nations would be strengthened.