The Foreign Ministry said it set up a new division Wednesday to deal with the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks in the United States, centering around cooperating with the international community in the fight against terrorism.

The International Counterterrorism Cooperation Division is aimed at facilitating Japan’s participation in global efforts to prevent and eliminate terrorism and strengthening the ministry’s overseas cooperation toward that end, it said.

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