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Friendship greetings! Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s state funeral, know the plan



New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Japan on September 27 to attend the state funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA) gave this information during a press conference on Thursday. Prime Minister Modi had a close relationship with Shinzo Abe. Let me tell you that there is a very good relationship between the two. Abe will be cremated with state honors on September 27. Prime Minister Modi will meet Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida separately during his visit.

According to a report, around 6,400 people are expected to attend the state funeral at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, including honorable figures from several countries. Recently, current Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said that the state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will bring together many honorable personalities from many countries, such as US Vice President Kamala Harris, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and many others. The US Vice President’s spokeswoman, Kirsten Allen, said US Vice President Kamala Harris would fly to Tokyo on behalf of Joe Biden at Abe’s funeral. According to the Japanese government, Abe was the longest-serving prime minister and the most successful leader. That’s why this state funeral plan was made for Abe.

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My love for Shinzo Abe goes back many years

Prime Minister Modi said that my attachment to Shinzo Abe goes back many years. I knew him during my tenure as Chief Minister of Gujarat and our friendship continued even after I became Prime Minister. His vision of the economy and world affairs has always had a profound effect on me. Modi had said in a tweet that I am shocked and saddened by the sad passing of a dear friend of mine, Shinzo Abe and I have no words to express it. He was a world-leading statesman, outstanding leader, and formidable administrator. He has dedicated his life to making Japan and the world a better place. Prime Minister Modi has announced a day of national mourning in India after Abe’s assassination.

Attacked while campaigning in the Japanese city of Nara on July 8

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