India was invited to the G7 Hiroshima summit in Japan.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has formally invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the G-7 Hiroshima Summit.
Earlier on March 20, the two leaders held delegation-level talks in New Delhi, which will strengthen India-Japan relations.
India and Japan have signed two documents during the bilateral talks between The agreements included the renewal of a memorandum of cooperation in the Japanese language, and an exchange of notes on the JICA loan for 300 billion yen on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed railway project.
Prime Minister Modi emphasized that this year is unique as India and Japan are chairing the G-20 and G-7 respectively. Shri Modi said that the theme of tourism exchange year 2023 between India and Japan is to connect the Himalayas with Mount Fuji.