On Saturday, Narendra Modi and Fumio Kishida, the prime minister of Japan, met to discuss ways to coordinate their countries’ G7 and G20 presidency efforts to address global issues.
The meetings were held in Hiroshima, Japan, along with the Group of Seven summit of the world’s most developed economies.
The G20 is now chaired by India, while Japan is in the top position in the G7.
The heads of state conferred on how best to coordinate the work of the G-20 and G-7 throughout their respective presidencies.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that the Prime Minister had emphasised the importance of drawing attention to the problems and priorities of countries in the Global South.
It was said that the two presidents had a frank discussion about how to further strengthen cooperation in the Indo-Pacific area.