In the inaugural program of Zen Garden and Kaizan Academy in Ahmedabad, PM Modi said that this occasion of inauguration of Zen Garden and Kaizan Academy is a symbol of the spontaneity and modernity of India-Japan relations.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a Japanese Zen Garden and Kaizen Academy at the Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA) on Sunday. On this occasion, PA Modi said that, as much as India and Japan have been devoted to external progress and progress, we have also given importance to internal peace and progress. The Japanese Zen Garden is a beautiful expression of this quest for peace, this simplicity.
Japan’s PM & I believe that during #COVID19 pandemic, India & Japan’s friendship&partnership becomes more relevant for global stability & prosperity. Need of the hour is that our relations should become stronger: PM Modi while inaugurating Zen Garden & Kaizen Academy in Ahmedabad pic.twitter.com/Vqihb5G8mA
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In the inaugural program of Zen Garden and Kaizan Academy in Ahmedabad, PM Modi said, The inauguration of the Zen Garden and Kaizan Academy symbolizes the spontaneity and modernity of India-Japan relations. I am confident that the establishment of Kaizan Academy, a Japanese Zen Garden, will further strengthen India-Japan relations. The Prime Minister said that Today more than one Japanese companies are working in Gujarat. I am told that their number is more than 135. From automobiles to banking, from construction to pharma, Japanese companies from every sector have their base in Gujarat.
The PM said in the virtual address that, we (India and Japan) also have a strong belief of centuries-old cultural ties and also a common vision for the future! On this basis, we have been continuously strengthening our special strategic and global partnership over the years.
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