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PHILIPPINES JAPAN RELATIONS

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EDITORIALS
Feb 10, 2023
Marcos takes relations with Japan to new heights
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. visits Japan in order to cement a more comprehensive relationship — particularly in the realm security.
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JAPAN
Feb 9, 2023
Japan and Philippines take ties to ‘higher level’ with flurry of agreements
The deals cover a wide range of areas, including agriculture, renewable energy, health care, digital transformation, infrastructure and military cooperation.
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JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Feb 9, 2023
Two more robbery suspects land in Tokyo in police custody from Philippines
The arrival of the two men marked the completion of the handover of four suspects Tokyo police had sought from the Southeast Asian country.
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JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Feb 8, 2023
Philippines deports remaining two robbery suspects to Japan
The police have sought the handover of the four men since arrest warrants were issued on suspicion of theft in connection with a scam targeting elderly people in Japan.
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COMMENTARY / Japan
Feb 7, 2023
Bilateral ties between Tokyo and Manila at a crossroads
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s landmark visit to Japan this week is more significant than it first looks.
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JAPAN
Feb 6, 2023
Japan and Philippines eye closer ties as Marcos set to visit Tokyo
The official visit is expected to include a working dinner with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
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JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Feb 4, 2023
Philippines may send robbery suspects to Japan ahead of Marcos visit
Manila is proceeding with arrangements for their handover ahead of a visit by President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to Japan beginning Wednesday.
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JAPAN
Feb 2, 2023
Four robbery suspects may be sent from Philippines to Japan next week
The Philippines is seeking the dismissal of local criminal charges against some of the four men. The pending charges have complicated the swift transfer of the suspects to Japan.
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JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Feb 1, 2023
Manila looks to quash local charges against Japan robbery suspects and deport them
The charges against the suspects, who are believed to be behind a string of robberies across Japan, have delayed their transfer from an immigration facility in Manila.
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JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jan 31, 2023
Philippines to return one of four robbery suspects to Japan in coming days
The four men are believed to have remotely coordinated a series of robberies in Japan that began last year using an encrypted messaging app.
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JAPAN
Dec 30, 2022
Bust of Philippine national hero quietly sits in a Tokyo park
The man is Jose Rizal, a doctor and writer who led the independence of the Philippines from Spain's colonial rule.
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JAPAN
Dec 7, 2022
Japanese fighter jets land in Philippines for first time since WWII
Two Air Self-Defense Force F15s landed Tuesday at a base that was used during the war as a launch pad for kamikaze attacks against U.S. forces.
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COMMENTARY / World
Dec 6, 2022
Japan, U.S. and Philippines align to combat China’s reach
If concerned nations can't rally behind Manila in its troubles with Beijing, then there is little chance of success in the fight against aggressive moves elsewhere in the region.
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JAPAN
Aug 21, 2022
War-displaced Japanese on Philippine island stand up to claim roots
With the outbreak of World War II, Japanese men in the Philippines were repatriated, leaving behind Filipino wives and children, or were conscripted into the Imperial Japanese Army.
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JAPAN
Jun 30, 2022
Japan and Philippines vow to maintain rules-based maritime order
Yoshimasa Hayashi's visit came as Japan aims to strengthen relations with the new Philippine administration amid China's intensifying military activities in the East and South China seas.
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JAPAN
Apr 9, 2022
Japan, Philippines to aim for new defense cooperation pact
After their first 'two-plus-two' talks, the nations objected to 'unlawful maritime claims, militarization, coercive activities and threat or use of force in the South China Sea.'
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JAPAN / Politics
Apr 5, 2022
Japan and Philippines to hold first 'two-plus-two' security talks on Saturday
The talks are aimed at enhancing cooperation in countering China's increasing maritime assertiveness in the South and East China seas.
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JAPAN
Mar 30, 2022
With eye on China, Japan considers security talks with Philippines and India
Arrangements are being made for Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi to host 'two-plus-two' meetings with their Philippines counterparts in early April.
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JAPAN
Feb 9, 2022
Japan and Philippines to hold 'two-plus-two' security talks in late February
The launch of such talks is in line with an agreement made in November last year between Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
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JAPAN
May 4, 2021
Philippine armed forces become first foreign military to get gear via Japanese ODA
Tokyo has begun providing the Philippine military with lifesaving equipment through official development assistance in a bid to strengthen defense ties.

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