On September 27, Tokyo will host the solemn funeral for Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister.

Shinzo Abe, the longest-serving prime minister of Japan, was killed on July 8 in the Japanese city of Nara while running for office.

Over 217 countries' representatives are anticipated to attend the state funeral.

The burial will also be attended by the prime minister, Narendra Nodi, who will also meet privately with his counterpart Fumio Kishida from Japan.

Kamala Harris, the vice president of the United States, will also attend the burial in Tokyo.

Other foreign leaders will also pay respect to the former PM, including Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, South Korean PM Duck-Soo, and others.

Fumio Kishida, the prime minister of Japan, will make a statement in remembrance, and the Japanese royal family will also pay respects.

Shinzo Abe's remains will be interred after the state burial, and memorial wreaths will be laid.