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Japan Upbeat Over Malabar and GST

The Japanese Ambassador to India, Kenji Hiramatsu has stated that the ongoing Malabar naval exercise is strategically very important to maintain maritime rule of law in a veiled attack on China.

He said that, India, Japan and USA came together for the exercise to provide a stable maritime security in the region clarifying that it is not aimed at any one country.

He further stated that Japan’s relations with India is for a peaceful and stable Indo-Pacific region. Also, Japan is looking forward to expand the military exchanges between the two countries by involving air and ground forces and personnel exchange various areas

Stating that the Asia-Africa Growth Corridor project, a joint collaboration of India and Japan in Africa, as not aimed at OBOR project of China, the ambassador clarified that the project is envisaged for making Indo-Pacific and Africa region interconnected, free and prosperous.

On Partnering with India
Citing experience, expertise and network of India, the ambassador said that there is scope for both countries partnering in some projects in Africa with good win-win possibilities.

He further said that Japan can provide finance and technology to such projects and Japan is developing a development plan for Africa in collaboration with Indian officials and businesses.

Also, the countrys businesses are upbeat over the implementation of GST too.

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