Japan prefecture governor calls on PM

New Delhi (IANS) Hideaki Ohmura, governor of Japan’s Aichi prefecture, called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday and briefed him about his efforts to promote greater trade and investment between the two countries.

According to an official press release, the prime minister fondly recalled his meetings with Ohmura in 2012 and 2014 and appreciated the close business ties between Aichi-based Japanese companies and India.

Modi welcomed the initiatives taken by Japanese small and medium enterprises to boost greater trade between the two countries and promised all possible support through the “Japan Plus” mechanism to their endeavours.

He also called for closer interactions between Indian states and Japanese prefectures (geographic subdivisions) to promote business-to-business ties.

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