August 14, 2022

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was set to attend a NATO summit assembly on Wednesday, changing into the primary Japanese chief to take action, because the trans-Atlantic alliance seeks to deepen ties with Asia-Pacific companions amid China’s rise.

The 2-day summit in Spain, which follows the Group of Seven leaders’ assembly in Germany, will see NATO members decide to bolstering defenses within the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, whereas endorsing a brand new Strategic Idea — the alliance’s guiding doc for the subsequent decade — that may confer with China for the primary time.

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