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Hideki Asari: Japan, India can have constructive ties with China

During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Japan, India and Japan agreed to a number of joint projects in the neighbourhood and in Africa, seen as an attempt to offer alternatives to countries that may be heavily indebted to China.

Speaking on the outcomes of the summit, Japan’s Deputy Chief of Mission Hideki Asari says both Tokyo and New Delhi have reasons for a constructive relation with Beijing while being committed to a rules-based international order.

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