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G7 Summit: Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train Project takes center stage in Modi-Kishida meeting, focus on high-speed rail collaboration

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G7 Summit: Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train Project takes center stage in Modi-Kishida meeting, focus on high-speed rail collaboration

On the fringes of the 50th G7 Summit, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida recently met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The ambitious Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail project, which has an astonishing investment objective of 5 trillion yen from Japan and is poised to revolutionise India’s transport environment, was the talk of the day. The PMO took to platform X and disclosed that the two leaders’ conversation centred on advancing important domains like defence and high-speed train infrastructure, along with augmenting trade potential and business-to-business, people-to-people, and government-to-government interactions.

For those who don’t know, the 508-kilometer Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project is regarded as an engineering marvel. It will include 12 stops, 8 mountain tunnels, 24 river bridges, and 1 underwater tunnel. The gigantic project is expected to use 1.7 million metric tonnes of steel and 16 million cubic metres of cement, which will significantly benefit the steel and cement industries.

During their discussion, PM Modi and Kishida both welcomed the Special Strategic and Global Partnership between India and Japan reaching its tenth anniversary and expressed pleasure with the progress achieved. They emphasised current partnerships, such as the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail project, which represents a major development in India’s transportation infrastructure.

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Japan and India are working together on a number of significant projects, such as the historic Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail project, which is expected to receive 5 trillion yen in investment from Japan between 2022 and 2027 and will usher in the next phase of Indian mobility.

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Japan and India are collaborating on a number of important projects. Japan is working with India to modernise manufacturing collaboration through the India-Japan Industrial Competitiveness Partnership, and expects to invest 5 trillion yen in India between 2022 and 2027. The prime ministers’ meeting served as a platform for reviewing their current collaboration and laying the groundwork for additional talks at the upcoming yearly summit between Japan and India.

PM Modi expressed his happiness at meeting the Japanese PM on platform X. “Meeting Prime Minister Kishida at the G7 Summit in Italy was a pleasure. An Indo-Pacific region that is affluent, safe, and peaceful depends on strong ties between Japan and India. We are eager to collaborate in the fields of digital technology, semiconductors, sustainable energy, and military. We also want to strengthen cultural and infrastructural relations. In X, the PM typed, “@kishida230.”

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