The joint statement of the US and Japan said that we will continue to support ASEAN centrality and unity as well as the ASEAN perspective on the Indo-Pacific.
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Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida reached the US on Friday. Meanwhile, PM Fumio in the US President Joe Biden met Of. During this, they held bilateral discussions with each other on many issues. After this discussion, a joint statement has been issued. It said that together with Australia and India, we will ensure that the Quad is committed to benefiting the region by delivering results on global health, cyber security, climate, emerging technologies and maritime domain awareness.
US President Joe Biden tweeted that the message from the United States is clear that on everything from national security to economic issues, our investment in the US-Japan alliance is paying huge dividends and will continue to do so for years to come.
“Japanese PM Fumio Kishida has been a steadfast ally and friend to the US. It was my pleasure to sit down with him & discuss how we’re stepping up together to advance peace, security & prosperity for both our countries, the Indo-Pacific & the world,” tweets US President Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/HRo6jMcQyJ
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My pleasure to discuss with Japanese PM: Biden
The US President said that Japanese PM Fumio Kishida has been a steadfast ally and friend of America. It was my pleasure to sit with him and discuss how we are taking steps together to advance peace, security and prosperity for both our countries, the Indo-Pacific.
Support for the ASEAN Perspective on the Indo-Pacific
At the same time, the joint statement of the US and Japan said that we will continue to support ASEAN centrality and unity as well as the ASEAN perspective on the Indo-Pacific. We are committed to strengthening important trilateral cooperation between Japan, the Republic of Korea and the United States in security and other areas.
PM Fumio reached America in the last phase
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida reached America in the last leg of his tour of G-7 countries. According to media reports, Kishida started his tour of six countries including France, Italy, Britain and Canada on Monday. After this he met US President Joe Biden on Friday.