The United States is “satisfied” with Japan’s response in supporting U.S. antiterrorism efforts in the wake of the deadly terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon last month, the U.S. ambassador to Japan said Friday.

“As of now, America is very satisfied with Japan’s response,” Howard Baker told a luncheon at the Japan National Press Club. “We’re very pleased with actions you’re taking and commitments that you’re making.”

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