PM Modi will travel to Japan on September 27 to attend Shinzo Abe's funeral.
During the visit, the Prime Minister will also have a private meeting with H.E. Mr. Fumio Kishida, the Japanese Prime Minister.
In response to a question from the media, Mr. Bagchi advised Indian people to use cautious when accepting job offers in Thailand.
He said that some of the victims' rescue had been made easier because to the efforts of Indian missions in Thailand and Myanmar.
He emphasised that Thailand's "visa on arrival" policy does not authorise work.
Abe and Modi were good friends.
On July 8, Abe, Japan's longest-serving prime leader, was shot and killed while attending a campaign event.
Shinzo Abe, a former prime minister, and I had a personal connection, as you know," he remarked.
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