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India, Japan to hold first 2+2 meeting in coming weeks

IndiaTimes Thursday, 5 September 2019
The first 2+2 meeting between India and Japan will happen in the coming weeks in the run-up to the annual Modi-Abe summit scheduled to be held in India in December. PM Modi and Shinzo Abe met in Vladivostok on the margins of the Eastern Economic Forum. India and Japan agreed to further deepen cooperation in the strategic Indo-Pacific region, said foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale.
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