• AFP-Jiji, Kyodo

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Japan and Australia signed a “landmark” treaty on Thursday to strengthen defense ties, saying the accord would contribute to regional stability, as China expands its military and economic clout.

“This is a landmark agreement that will bring Japan-Australia security cooperation to a new level,” Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said, signing the agreement during an online meeting with his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison.

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