4 min read.Updated: 18 Sep 2017, 04:37 AM ISTLivemint
Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe have succeeded in putting bilateral ties between India and Japan on the fast track in the last three years
India is known to grant titles of “strategic partnership" very generously. It is not odd to hear foreign ambassadors and high commissioners in New Delhi grumbling about this peculiar Indian trait in private conversations. The relationship with Japan, however, is too special to be given the same treatment. Therefore, the Indo-Japanese bilateral cooperation is carried out under the framework of a “special strategic and global partnership". The better part is that the pace of cooperation between the two countries is indeed impressive and therefore justifies the unique nomenclature.
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