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A worker cleans signage featuring India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe ahead of their meeting in Ahmedabad, India.   © Reuters
Politics

Japan, India opening up airways to more flights

Abe-Modi summit to focus on cementing economic, security ties

| Japan

TOKYO -- Japan and India are expected to sign a pact allowing passenger planes unfettered access to each other's airports in a move designed to boost the number of tourists visiting here from the subcontinent.

The agreement will be part of a package of deals formalized when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meet Thursday in India as a part of Abe's three-day visit starting Wednesday.

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