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Japan, Germany exchanged views for Free, Open Indo-Pacific

Japan-Germany Foreign Ministers' Meeting

London, May 6: Japan and Germany agreed to continue collaboration and strengthening security cooperation between the two countries, including the deployment of a German navy frigate to the Indo-Pacific region.

Motegi Toshimitsu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, who is in the United Kingdom to attend the Meeting of G7 Foreign and Development Ministers, held bilateral talks with his counterparts of various countries including the US, Canada, and South Africa.

Toshimitsu held a Foreign Ministers’ meeting with Heiko MaaS, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany.

The two ministers confirmed their collaboration and welcomed the strengthening security cooperation between the two countries, including the deployment of a German navy frigate to the Indo-Pacific region.

Minister Motegi received support when he asked for understanding and cooperation for the immediate resolution of the abduction issue.

The two ministers exchanged views regarding regional situations, cooperation for the realization of a “Free and Open Indo-Pacific,” and other issues in bilateral relations.

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