KINGSTON – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller agreed Wednesday to cooperate closely in reforming the U.N. Security Council and other issues.
During a meeting in Kingston, Abe expressed willingness to collaborate with Jamaica and 14 other member states of the Caribbean Community in ensuring equitable representation and increased membership of the Security Council, and ensuring maritime security and advancing disaster risk reduction, according to a Japanese official.
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