Shinzo Abe, former Japanese prime minister, has passed away. He was shot and died while giving a speech during an election campaign. He had a cardiac arrest and was rushed to the hospital, but despite several attempts, he was unable to be rescued.
The longest-serving Japanese prime minister is Shinzo Abe. The majority of his trips to India occurred when he was prime minister.
He stepped down as prime minister at the age of 65. In addition, he received the Padma Vibhushan Award, one of the highest civilian distinctions given to an Indian in the last year.
Life And Achievement of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Shinzo Abe was born in Japan’s capital city of Tokyo on September 21, 1954. His great-grandfather served as a general in the Imperial Japanese Army, and Shinzo Abe’s grand father and father were also prominent political figures.
After the Second World War, he approving the first deployment of Japanese troops to engage in combat abroad.
Their attempts to bring forward economic changes in Japan are among their accomplishments
He spoke on the long history of cordial bilateral relations between the two nations during his visit to India in August 2007
The longest-serving Prime Minister of Japan
The record for the longest tenured Japanese prime minister belongs to Shinzo Abe. Shinzo Abe has served as Japan’s prime minister twice.
He originally assumed the role of Prime Minister in 2006. In addition, he served as prime minister from 2012 until 2020.
Over time, Shinzo Abe resigned as prime minister in 2020 at the age of 65 due to health issues that had started to worsen.
Most frequently visited PM to India
While serving as Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe frequently travelled to India. During his previous tenure, he had been to India for the first time (2006-07). then from 2012 until 2020 Abe made three trips to India while in office.
Shinzo Abe visited India in January 2014, December 2015, and September 2017. He developed a close connection with India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, during this time.
During Shinzo Abe’s administration, there was a noticeable improvement in the bilateral ties between the Japanese and Indian populations. He was crucial in making Japan India’s financial ally and in the country’s economic development
When he resigned office, the majority of Japanese felt he handled the coronavirus epidemic poorly, moving too long to declare a state of emergency mostly due to worries about the economy.
The quadrilateral security conversation between Japan, India, America, and Australia was launched by Shin Joe Abe in 2007