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Japan was said to have made a late start to vaccine diplomacy, but has since become the world's third-largest supplier of vaccines in grant-in-aid.

The nation has already supplied some 30 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines mainly to Southeast Asian and other countries involved in Japan's "free and open Indo-Pacific" strategy, as it promotes its diplomatic campaign.

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