Tamil Nadu chief minister M.K. has invited the World Investors Conference to be held in chennai in january 2024 and aimed to attract investments to tamil Nadu. stalin has been on a state visit to singapore and Japan. After completing his visit to singapore, the chief minister of tamil Nadu is currently in japan on a government visit.
Subsequently, on saturday (May 27) in a cultural meeting program organized by the indian Embassy in Osaka, chief minister M.K. stalin met and talked. The chief minister of tamil Nadu honored the Bharatanatyam artists from japan in an art program held at this cultural meeting event. In a significant aspect, the chief minister honored 84-year-old Akimi Sakurai, Japan's first Bharatanatyam artiste by donning a shawl and presenting a memento.
I would also like to emphasize that the Japan-India friendship should usher in a new era. 2012 marked the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between india and Japan. Titled 'Japan Again - Vibrant india - New Visions - New Exchanges', cultural festivals were held in both countries. Such cultural interactions must continue.
You have to tell the investors in japan about the business environment and opportunities in Tamilnadu. We should bring investors towards tamil Nadu," said chief minister Stalin.
In this event, the minister of Industry, Investment Promotion and Commerce D.R.P. Raja, Additional Chief Secretary, Industry, Investment Promotion and Commerce Department S. Krishnan, Managing director of tamilnadu Guidance Institute Ve Vishnu, indian Ambassador to Osaka Niklesh Giri and senior government officials were present.