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Japan, France seek to increase cooperation

Francia, Japón, cooperación

Japan, France seek to increase cooperation

Tokyo, Nov 15 (Prensa Latina) Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Monday extended to French President Emmanuel Macron his intention of working together to achieve a Free and Open Indo-Pacific and strengthen bilateral relations regarding security.
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According to the Japanese Foreign Ministry, both leaders held a telephone conversation, in which they hailed the recent bilateral cooperation, including the French Jeanne d’Arc training fleet, which visited Japan in May to carry out joint drills.

Kishida told the French president that France is a special partner for Japan and praised his leadership at the European Union, where he outlined a strategic participation scheme in the Indo-Pacific region.

For his part, Macron congratulated Kishida on his inauguration on October 4 and welcomed Japan’s additional promises of helping the world eliminate carbon emissions at the recent United Nations Climate Change Summit.

They also discussed global issues, including Covid-19 and the lastest events in Africa, the foreign ministry reported.


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