Foreign Minister Mogi: “Advancing bilateral relations between India and Japan” after the new Corona, 19:01, May 7
Foreign Minister Mogi talked with Indian Minister for Foreign Affairs Jaishankar and kept in mind that Prime Minister Abe's visit to India has been postponed since December last year, and as the situation surrounding the new coronavirus calms down, a bilateral relationship is set up. I communicated the idea of moving forward.
A telephone talk between Foreign Minister Mogi and Foreign Minister Jaishankar of India was held for about 30 minutes starting from about 3:30 pm on the 7th.
In this regard, Minister Mogi requested support for ensuring the safety of Japanese people and resuming the activities of Japanese companies over the spread of the new coronavirus infection, and the two foreign ministers worked closely together in terms of international cooperation in combating infectious diseases. I confirmed that I will cooperate with.
Mogi also announced that Prime Minister Abe's visit to India had been postponed since December last year, and that he would like to advance bilateral relations as the situation surrounding the new coronavirus calms down.
Furthermore, Minister Mogi says that the ACSA = “Goods and Services Mutual Provision Agreement” that allows the SDF and the Indian military to mutually provide fuel and ammunition during joint training, etc. Mr. Jaishankar said, "I would like to continue to cooperate in various fields in the future."