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Last week, the world witnessed Prime Ministers Fumio Kishida and Scott Morrison conduct a signing ceremony for the Reciprocal Access Agreement (RAA), a milestone document aimed at further institutionalizing security cooperation between Australia and Japan.

Meanwhile, officials from the United States and Japan held a ministerial-level meeting, signed a new cost-sharing agreement and worked through issues related to COVID-19 and U.S. bases throughout the country.

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