PM Modi congratulates Japan's Shinzo Abe on poll victory
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated his counterpart Sinzo Abe on being re-elected for a third term as the Prime Minister of Japan.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated his counterpart Sinzo Abe on being re-elected for a third term as the Prime Minister of Japan and said he looks forward to continuing to work closely with him to strengthen the bilateral ties.
"Congratulations @AbeShinzo on your victory in the elections. Japan will scale newer heights of progress under your able leadership," Modi tweeted.
Abe scored a big win in the snap polls with his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and its partner Komeito Party bagging two-thirds of the seats in the 475-member Lower House of Parliament.
"I look forward to continuing to work closely with @AbeShinzo to strengthen the relations between India & Japan," he said in another tweet.
Modi and Abe share a close personal relationship which was reflected when the Indian leader travelled to Japan in August.
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