SINGAPORE – Japan and Britain signed a memorandum of understanding at Cabinet-level talks in Singapore on Sunday to deepen defense ties in cyberspace and outer space, Japanese officials said.
Under the deal, the two countries are expected to expand ministerial-level and working-level exchanges in such areas as the ensuring of safety in outer space, the safeguarding of nuclear materials, and U.N.-sponsored peacekeeping activities, while working to share information with each other.
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