Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and Defense Minister Gen Nakatani will meet Sunday in Sydney with their Australian counterparts, officials said Tuesday, with Tokyo aiming to pitch the advantages of teaming up to build Australia’s new fleet of submarines.
During the so-called two-plus-two security meeting, Kishida and Nakatani are expected to seek an edge over the German and French bids for what Canberra calls its “largest defense procurement program in history.”
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