Tokyo and Paris agreed to strengthen security in Indo-Pacific region

The Foreign Minister of Japan Yoshimas Hayashi and the Foreign Minister of Foreign Ministry, Catherine, agreed to strengthen security in the Indo-Pacific region.

A meeting of the heads of diplomatic systems of the two countries took place in Tokyo. The Japanese Foreign Ministry noted that the ministers discussed topical issues of the regional and international agenda.

The significance of maintaining stability in the Taiwanese Strait was emphasized.

The column noted the inseparability of Indo-Pacific and European Security.

The Japanese Minister also met in Tokyo with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada Melanie Jolie.

During the meeting, Hayashi and Jolie agreed to work closely in the implementation of the concept of the “free and open indo-Pacific region.”