Our vision is to create this summit as an institution that will strengthen the India-Japan Global Partnership by creating a new socio-economic framework based on the principle of E-E-S (Energy–efficiency, Environmental responsibility and Sustainability). We work under the guiding principle of R-M-E, which promotes and fosters strong and pragmatic partnerships. The R-M-E model advocates formation of a strong Relationship first, followed by deliberations to devise Mechanism so as to bring about effective Execution leading to social Empowerment and holistic and robust Economy. Our aim is to develop a global model of this framework for India, Japan, Asia and the rest of the world.
'India-Japan Global Partnership' is a mutually beneficial partnership, where both India and Japan will work along with their global partners by putting their mutual strengths together, to serve rest of the world as a platform and let mutual national interests of both the nations, be a by-product. Announced in the year 2000, by the then Indian Prime Minister Hon. Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the Japanese Prime Minister Hon. Yoshiro Mori, on the latter's historical visit to India.
'India-Japan Global Partnership Summit' is envisioned as a summit led by two great nations along with their global partners- where policymakers, opinion leaders, business leaders, media and academicians Dream, Design, Discuss, Decide, Drive and Derive solutions to challenges of a new socio-economic framework by creating a 'Micro Road Map for the Macro Vision' that exists in the form of India-Japan Global Partnership.