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PM Modi arrives in Japan to a warm welcome, to take part in Quad Leader Summit | Oneindia News

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PM Modi arrives in Japan to a warm welcome, to take part in Quad Leader Summit | Oneindia News

PM Modi arrives in Japan to a warm welcome, to take part in Quad Leader Summit | Oneindia News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan on Monday with a warm welcome by the Indian Diaspora.

Modi will attend the Quad Leaders’ Summit and will also hold meetings with US President Joe Biden, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida, and Australia's newly elected PM Anthony Albanese.

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