INDIA, JAPAN SIGN 15 AGREEMENTS TO BROADEN BILATERAL COOPERATIONSeptember 14, 2017
India and Japan signed 15 agreements to broad base the ties and strengthen cooperation on Thursday.
The two countries signed the agreements during the visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to New Delhi.
Along with Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, premiere Shinzo Abe also called for a greater role for Japan and India to keep democracy and rule of law intact in the region.
Source: Radio Pakistan