'India's relation with Japan is of Buddha, knowledge and of meditation', PM Modi spoke to Indians in Tokyo

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi is in Japan today, he has arrived here to take part in the Quad Summit. Earlier, PM Modi is addressing Indians living in Japan today. During this, PM Modi said that, when Swami Vivekananda was going to Chicago for his historic address, he had also come to Japan before that. Japan had left a deep impression on his mind. He had openly praised the patriotism of the people of Japan, the confidence of the people of Japan, and the awareness of the people of Japan for cleanliness.

PM Modi further said that India and Japan are natural partners. Japan has played an important role in India's development journey. Our relationship with Japan is of intimacy, spirituality, cooperation, of belongingness. Our relationship with Japan is one of strength, respect, of common resolve for the world. Our relationship with Japan is that of Buddha, of Buddha, of knowledge, of meditation. He said that there is a great need for the world to follow the path shown by Lord Buddha, on the thoughts of Lord Buddha. This is the way to save humanity from all the challenges facing the world today, whether it is violence, anarchy, terrorism, or climate change.

PM Modi said that, when the corona vaccine was prepared in India, India also applied 'Made in India' vaccines to crores of its citizens and also sent it to more than 100 countries of the world. The World Health Organization has honoured the Asha sisters of India with the Director Generals- Global Health Leaders Award. Millions of Asha sisters of India, from maternal care to vaccination, from nutrition to cleanliness, are giving impetus to the country's health campaign.

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