Fumio Kishida and Narendra Modi have ‘Pani Puri’ during their visit at the Buddha Jayanti Park in New Delhi on Monday. AFP
Gulf Today Report
One of the most famous Indian delicacy ‘Pani Puri’ has enticed everybody be it an Indian or a foreigner.
The latest addition among the lovers of this spicy and crunchy delicacy is Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
The Japan’s premier is on a state visit to India where the he and Indian PM Narendra Modi discuss ways to boost bilateral ties in the field of defence, technology and economy.
On the sidelines of the meetings, Kishida visited Budhha Jayanti Park with Modi where Indian PM insisted his Japanese counterpart to taste ‘Pani Puri.’
The video of Japanese PM having ‘Paani Puri’ has gone viral and has garnered over 26,000 likes and views.
In the video Kishida is seen listening intently to the details about the delicay from a staff member.
Later he tastes two 'Pani Puris’ and nods his head in appreciation. Modi insisted him on having one more and Kishida complied.
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