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Indonesian President Sukarno asked Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda in 1964 to send a mission to monitor a ceasefire between Indonesia and Malaysia.

Diplomatic documents recently declassified show that Japan was asked to contribute to peacekeeping less than 20 years after its surrender in World War II.

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