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According to a report, Japan and India are arranging “2+2” ministerial talks early September.

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As early as September, Japan will start preparations to hold ‘two-plus-two’ talks between its foreign and defence ministers and their Indian counterparts, the Nikkei reported on Thursday.

The report said that Japan is preparing to host the diplomatic talks in Tokyo. The ‘two-plus-two’ talks between Japan and India have only taken place twice, once in 2019 and once in 2020.

In 2019, the two countries adopted a joint statement saying they will conduct coordinated military drills, according to the Nikkei.

According to a report, Japan and India are arranging “2+2” ministerial talks early September. This is a big deal because it’s the first time the two countries will be holding talks at this level. The agenda for the talks is expected to include bilateral security cooperation and maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region.

There are a few reasons why this is happening now. First, both countries are concerned about the rise of China and its impact on the regional balance of power. Second, both countries are also members of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (aka the Quad), which is a group of four countries (the US, Japan, India, and Australia) that cooperate on security issues in the Indo-Pacific.

The upcoming talks are a positive sign for the future of Japan-India relations. Both countries are important partners in the Indo-Pacific region, and cooperation between them will help to preserve the regional balance of power.

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