Japan to invite 1200 Indian youth to promote bilateral tourism, people to people exchanges

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinto Abe on Wednesday expressed his country’s intention to invite approximately 1,200 youth from India to visit Japan through JENESYS 2.0 in order to promote interest towards Japan among the youth of India and to promote tourism between the two countries.

Speaking after the two delegations had signed and issued a joint statement here after talks, both Abe and Dr. Singh noted that there is a very high potential for growth of tourism traffic between the two countries.

Both underlined the importance of enhancing cooperation in the tourism sector and welcomed the recent progress concerning the bilateral cooperation in the field of tourism between the Ministry of Tourism of India and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan.

They also welcomed recent measures taken by the two countries respectively relating to residence permits which would further enhance business and professional exchanges.

Prime Minister Abe…

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