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India-Japan Relations UPSC NOTE


India-Japan Relations

  • Japan and India signed a peace treaty and established diplomatic relations in April, 1952.

  • This treaty was one of the first peace treaties Japan signed after World War II.

Defence Cooperation:

  • Japan is one of the few countries with whom India has 2+2 ministerial dialogue.

  • Bilateral exercises

    • JIMEX (Naval), Malabar exercise (Naval), ‘Veer Guardian’ and SHINYUU Maitri (Air Force), and Dharma Guardian (Army).

  • In 2020, both signed the Agreement Concerning Reciprocal Provision of Supplies and Services between the Self-Defense Forces of Japan and the Indian Armed Forces (so-called ACSA).

Economic Relations:

  • India was the 18th largest trading partner for Japan, and Japan was the 13th largest trading partner for India in 2021.

  • Japan was the 5th largest investor for India in FY2021.

Economic Assistance:

  • India has been the largest recipient of the Japanese Official Development Assistance (ODA) Loan for the past decades for.

  • Delhi Metro is one of the most successful examples of Japanese cooperation through the utilization of ODA.

  • India’s Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) project is funded by a soft loan provided by Japan International Cooperation Agency.

  • Japan and India had committed to build a High-Speed Railways in India.

  • Japan continues to cooperate in supporting strategic connectivity linking India to Southeast Asia through the synergy between ''Act East'' policy and ''Partnership for Quality Infrastructure''.

Digital Partnership:

  • Discussion is going on for the “India-Japan Digital Partnership” with a view to enhancing the digital economy through the promotion of joint projects in the area of IoT (Internet of Things), AI (Artificial Intelligence) and other emerging technologies.

  • Japan is looking forward to attracting more highly skilled Indian IT professionals to contribute to the Japanese ICT sector.

Strategic Clean Energy Partnership:

  • For cooperation in areas such as electric vehicles, storage systems including batteries, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, development of solar energy, hydrogen, ammonia, etc.

Common Groupings:

  • Both India and Japan are members of Quad, G20 and G-4, International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER).

  • India-Japan Act East Forum was established in 2017 which aims to provide a platform for India-Japan collaboration under the rubric of India’s “Act East Policy“ and Japan’s "Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy”.



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India-Japan Relations UPSC NOTE
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