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Japan and Vietnam have agreed to hold maritime security talks in May in Hanoi to accelerate maritime cooperation amid China’s increasing assertiveness in the East China Sea and South China Sea, government sources said Saturday.

The two nations are expected to exchange views on Japan’s possible provision of patrol vessels to Vietnam during the first-ever bilateral talks on maritime security, the sources said.

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