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Taiwan conflict: Japan and US want closer cooperation

Taiwan conflict: Japan and US want closer cooperation

Japan and the United States want to work closely together to counter the conflict over Taiwan. It is important to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi agreed to this at a meeting in Tokyo today.

Earlier in the day, five missiles landed in Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in Taiwan waters during a maneuver by the People’s Liberation Army. Kishida said China’s behavior “has serious implications for peace and stability in the region and the international community,” according to Japanese media reports.

Pelosi had arrived in Tokyo the previous night at the end of her Asian tour. Earlier he held talks in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and South Korea. In response to his visit to Taiwan, China yesterday
It displayed the greatest military power in decades. The muscle flexing is intended to prevent Taiwan from pushing for further independence. It also warned the US to stay out of the controversy.

Japan has not taken an official position on Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, but insists on a peaceful solution to the issues through dialogue. After Kishida, Pelosi also wanted to meet the speaker of the Japanese parliament. Japan is a key ally of Washington. America is also Japan’s security force.

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