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Japan to take part in NATO summit for the first time since G7

During the upcoming Group of Seven (G7) summit and the meeting of NATO leaders, Japan expects to discuss with its partners the situation around Ukraine, the situation in the Indo-Pacific region and other international topics. About this Deputy Secretary General of the Government Seiji Kihara June 24, said at a press conference in Tokyo.

“It is very important at the upcoming G7 summit to reaffirm the unity regarding Russia’s aggression in Ukraine. We also expect to exchange views on the situation in the Indo-Pacific region, discuss issues related to climate change and the global economy.”

Seiji Kihara

According to the official, the same questions the Prime Minister of Japan Fumio Kishida intends to deliver at the NATO summit.

Among the most expected outcomes of the meeting of NATO leaders, which will be held in Madrid on June 28-30, is the adoption of a new strategic…

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