As PM Modi travels to Japan for the Quad summit, he has 23 engagements in 40 hours

As part of his 40-hour stay in Japan, Narendra Modi will attend 23 engagements, including meetings with three world leaders, when he joins US President Joe Biden, Australian and Japanese prime ministers at the Quad summit on May 24 in Tokyo.

Modi is expected to engage in business, diplomatic, and community interactions during his visit.

More than 30 Japanese CEOs will meet with him, as well as hundreds of Indian diaspora members.

The prime minister will spend one night in Tokyo and two on the plane, according to sources.

As part of the summit amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Modi will have bilateral meetings with Biden and his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida. He will also meet with his Australian counterpart.

The External Affairs Ministry announced the prime minister’s participation in the summit on 24 May 2022 at the invitation of the Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the third Quad Leaders’ Summit in Tokyo with President Joseph R Biden Jr. of the US and the Australian Prime Minister.”