Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen agreed Tuesday that any attempts to change the status quo by force would not be tolerated in reference to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine.

Abe posted on his personal Twitter account that the pair had reached the consensus during a virtual meeting to exchange opinions on the issue. With China ramping up military pressure on Taiwan, Tsai said Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine “was not without implications” for her people, according to Japanese lawmakers.

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