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Japan and Indonesia on Tuesday signed a deal enabling exports of Japanese-made defense equipment to the Southeast Asian country as they try to boost cooperation amid China's rising assertiveness in regional waters.

The accord on the transfer of defense equipment and technology was signed after the foreign and defense ministers of Japan and Indonesia met in Tokyo for so-called two-plus-two talks, the second of their kind between the two countries since 2015.

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