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Together, Japan and India can bridge rift between G-7 and G-20

Strong ties should help to overcome differences stemming from Ukraine

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Narendra Modi greets Fumio Kishida in New Delhi in March 2022: Economic and financial governance and health are critical areas for collaboration.   © AP

Manjeet Kripalani is executive director and co-founder of think tank Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations in Mumbai.

Japan and India this year are leading the Group of Seven and the Group of 20, respectively, putting Asia at the center of global problem-solving and collaboration.

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