A robot deployed at the G7 summit in Japan’s Hiroshima greeted “Namaste to India” and “Hello India.” The robot encouraged Indians to visit Japan and explore its rich culture.
Prime Minister Modi’s Visit to Hiroshima
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan, upon receiving an invitation from Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Despite not being a part of the G7 nations, PM Modi’s visit aimed to enhance India-Japan friendship across various sectors, including trade, economy, and culture.
During his visit, PM Modi unveiled a bust of Mahatma Gandhi in Hiroshima, emphasizing the importance of non-violence. He also met the Indian diaspora and expressed his gratitude for the placement of the bust and the planting of the Bodhi tree he gifted to the Japanese PM.
The Prime Minister highlighted that the name Hiroshima still evokes strong emotions worldwide and emphasized the significance of peace and non-violence.
Greeting by the Robot at the G7 Summit
At the International Media Centre during the G7 summit, a robot warmly greeted attendees with ‘Namaste to India’ and ‘Hello India.’ The robot actively waved and welcomed India’s participation in the summit. When asked if it had a specific message for India, the robot encouraged Indians to visit Japan and explore Japanese culture.
The robot’s interaction with attendees showcased the focus on cultural exchange and cooperation between India and Japan at the G7 summit.
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