President Kovind To Pay 7-day Visit To Philippines, Japan From Oct 17

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President Ram Nath Kovind will visit Philipines and Japan from October 17 with an objective to expand bilateral cooperation with the two Asian countries

Written By Divyam Jain | Mumbai | Updated On:
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President Ram Nath Kovind will visit Philipines and Japan from October 17 with an objective to expand bilateral cooperation with two Asian countries according to the Ministry of External Affairs. President shall arrive in the Philippines on October 17 and in the five-day visit will hold both restricted and delegation-level talks with his Philippines counterpart Rodrigo Roa Duterte in Manila. President Ram Nath Kovind shall leave for Japan on October 21 to attend enthronement ceremony of Japanese Emperor Naruhito

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Philippines schedule

President shall arrive in the Philippines on October 17 and in the five-day visit will hold both restricted and delegation-level talks with his Philippines counterpart Rodrigo Roa Duterte in Manila as well as taking part business and community events. The President shall be visiting the Philippines on the invitation of Duterte and on the occasion of 70 years since establishing the diplomatic relations between the two countries.  

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Japan schedule

Reports say President Ram Nath Kovind shall leave for Japan on October 21 to attend enthronement ceremony of Japanese Emperor  Naruhito. During the three-day visit, the President shall attend a banquet hosted by  Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and take part in a community event. The President will also visit a Buddhist temple and plant a sampling from the sacred Bodhi tree in Gaya to show India and Japan's historic and cultural ties based on Buddhism. The visit in two countries will highlight India's commitment to strengthen ties based on traditional bonds of friendship and mutual understanding as per the Ministry of External Affairs. 

(With ANI inputs) 

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