PM Narendra Modi attended the funeral of Shinzo Abe of Japan on Tuesday
PM Narendra Modi attended the funeral of Shinzo Abe of Japan on Tuesday

On Tuesday, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s funeral was visited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Shinzo Abe‘s state funeral is currently taking place in Tokyo, according to ANI. Modi seems highly upset during this. Numerous foreign leaders attended Abe’s funeral in addition to PM Modi. US Vice President Kamala Harris is included in it as well. In addition, more than 20 heads of state and government as well as officials from over 100 other nations have arrived in Japan.

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During a speech in Nara on July 8, Abe was attacked. Shinzo Abe was wounded while making an election campaign speech on the street in Nara, Japan, at about 11:30 a.m. local time. Nara is located east of Osaka. Abe was rushed to the hospital, where at 5:03 he was pronounced dead.

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PM remembers Shinzo Abe

In this regard, Narendra Modi paid tribute to former Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe. We are meeting now in this hour of sadness, he said to Fumio Kishida. The previous time I visited, Shinzo Abe, a former Japanese prime minister, and I had a lengthy talk. All of India is paying tribute to Shinzo Abe.

Prior to attending Shinzo Abe’s state funeral, PM Modi had a meeting with Fumio Kishida from Japan. The two presidents had a conversation about India-Japan relations during this time. “I am convinced that under your leadership, India-Japan ties would develop and scale new heights, and we will be able to play an appropriate role in tackling the challenges of the world,” PM Modi said during the bilateral meeting with Kishida.

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