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Japan and the United States agreed Friday to strengthen their cooperation on maritime surveillance using satellites, apparently with China’s military advances in mind.

At a meeting in Tokyo as part of their “comprehensive dialogue on space,” the two governments also agreed to keep close communication to protect their space systems from military threats, Japanese officials said.

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