“I thank Japan govt for constant support to India-Japan Samvad,” says PM Modi

The first conference, Samvad-I, was held in New Delhi in 2015, at Bodh Gaya. During Samvad I, leading scholars, religious leaders, academics, and political personalities had exchanged views on conflict avoidance and environmental consciousness.

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the India-Japan Samvad Conference on Monday.

This Samvad Conference revolved around the need to build the future of Asia on the positive influence of traditions of non-violence and democracy in Asia.

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# “I would like thank the government of Japan for the constant support to India-Japan Samvad,” he says.

The first conference, Samvad-I, was held in New Delhi in 2015, at Bodh Gaya. During Samvad I, leading scholars, religious leaders, academics, and political personalities had exchanged views on conflict avoidance and environmental consciousness.

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