Prime Narendra Modi on Friday said the India-Japan unique vital and worldwide organization can help grow new innovations and answers for the post-COVID world.
The Prime offered these comments on Twitter in the wake of talking with his Japanese partner Shinzo Abe on the circumstance emerging out of the coronavirus episode.
"Had productive conversation with my companion, Japanese PM @abeshinzo about the COVID-19 pandemic .
"The India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership can help grow new advances and answers for the post-COVID world - for our people groups, for the Indo-Pacific area, and for the world," he said.
Prime Minister Abe had recently declared a state of emergency in Tokyo and six other prefectures to contain the spread of the killer virus.
Modi additionally talked with Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on the coronavirus issue.
"Talked today with Prime Minister of Nepal, Shri @kpsharmaoli. We talked about the overall circumstance due to COVID-19," Modi tweeted.
"I value the assurance of individuals of Nepal to battle this test. We remain in solidarity with Nepal in our normal battle against COVID-19," the Prime clergyman said.