• Kyodo


Japan and Britain agreed Saturday to strengthen their cooperation to ensure the rule of law in Asia during a strategic dialogue between their foreign ministers in Tokyo.

Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond announced the agreement at a joint news conference following the dialogue. The accord was reached on the back of China’s growing assertiveness in the East and South China Seas, where Beijing is engaged in territorial disputes with its neighbors.

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