Foreign Minister Mogi agrees with Sri Lankan Foreign Minister in the realization of the open Indo-Pacific December 13th 20:59
Foreign Minister Mogi visiting Sri Lanka meets with Foreign Minister Gnawaldana to convey his thoughts on the importance of relations with Sri Lanka, which is a key part of the maritime traffic route, and will work together to achieve a free and open Indo-Pacific It was a match.
Foreign Minister Mogi met with Foreign Minister Gnawaldana in Sri Lanka, where the new administration was launched last month.
In this regard, Minister Mogi communicated the idea of placing importance on the relationship with Sri Lanka, which is at the heart of the maritime traffic route in the Indian Ocean, and promoted the sustainable development of Sri Lanka through initiatives such as support for high-quality infrastructure development. The idea to contribute towards
On top of that, they agreed to cooperate in areas such as maritime security to realize a free and open Indo-Pacific.
After the meeting, Mr. Motegi told reporters that the new Sri Lankan administration would promote Chinese-oriented diplomacy that would also increase its presence in the South Asian region. It seems that they want to build a balanced relationship with them.
Prior to the meeting, Mr. Mogi visited more than 250 people, including one Japanese woman, who visited the site of the April bombing terrorist incident in April and gave a flower to the victims.