External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will go to Tokyo from October 6 to 7 throughout which he’ll maintain talks along with his Japanese counterpart Toshimitsu Motegi and attend a ministerial assembly of the Quadrilateral coalition.
Announcing the go to, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) mentioned Mr Jaishankar and Mr Motegi are anticipated to debate bilateral and regional problems with mutual curiosity.
“During the visit, the External Affairs Minister will also participate in the second India-Australia-Japan-USA ministerial meeting on October 6 in which the Foreign ministers of the respective countries will participate,” the MEA mentioned.
It mentioned the international ministers will focus on the post-COVID-19 worldwide order and the necessity for a coordinated response to the assorted challenges rising from the pandemic.
“They will also discuss regional issues and collectively affirm the importance of maintaining a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific,” it mentioned.
The Ministry of External Affairs mentioned Mr Jaishankar may also maintain bilateral consultations with the international ministers of Australia and the US through the go to to Japan.
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