Jaishankar praises the ambassador for Japan for commemorating the 70th anniversary of their diplomatic ties.

Ideathon, Yabusame, and Millet Sushi were among the dishes on display at the Embassy of Japan . Ambassadors Hiroshi Suzuki thanked the Embassy of Japan for marking the 70th anniversary of the two countries diplomatic relationship .

New Delhi (India), November 25: Hiroshi Suzuki, Japan's ambassador to India, thanked the Embassy of Japan on Thursday for marking the 70th anniversary of the two countries' diplomatic relationship.Ideathon, Yabusame, and Millet Sushi were among the dishes on display at the Embassy of Japan.Amb Suzuki praised him for marking the 70th anniversary of Japan's diplomatic relations with the Ideathon, Yabusame, and todays Millet Sushi, tweeted Jaishankar.Japan invited youths from India and Japan to travel nine days to Varanasi, India, to participate in the 900-kilometer venture-based Ideathon Hack the New Future, which culminated on September 24 in India's temple city Varanasi.The one that is best known in Japan is held on September 16 at Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine in Kamakura.Millet Sushi is a vegan alternative to sushi rolls.

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe proposed strengthening the Indo-Pacific zone at the top of Prime Minister Narendra Modis' meeting with his Japanese counterpart, Fumio Kishida in Tokyo in October 2008, where he paid tribute to Abes' state funeral.The Act East Forum, established in 2017, aims to serve as a platform for India-Japan collaboration under the Indian Act East Policy Rubric and Japans Free and Open Indo-Pacific Vision.Both countries are also involved in the Malabar exercise with the United States, while the Quad alliance is an informal strategic dialogue between India, the United States, Japan, and Australia with the common aim of creating and supporting a diverse, open, and prosperous Indo-Pacific region.

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