Kishida’s first visit to India as Prime Minister. Also, this is also the first bilateral summit between the two countries after assuming his leadership. Not only this, his visit to India is the first bilateral visit of the new Japanese PM to any country. The Japanese PM will reach India on the afternoon of March 19 and leave on the morning of Sunday, March 20.
Statistics show that Indian start-ups have so far received investment of $10 billion from Japanese venture capitalists. Not only this, Japan is also providing large-scale investment and assistance in development projects in the northeastern parts of India, including Meghalaya, Mizoram, Assam, Tripura, and helping to complete highway projects in the states of Northeast India. < /p>