Foreign Minister Motegi met with Hungarian Foreign Minister Siyartoh, who is visiting Japan, to share his understanding of the importance of an international order based on the rule of law, and opposed the unilateral attempt to change the status quo by Chinese power. We agreed by going.

Foreign Minister Motegi met with Hungarian Foreign Minister Siyarto on the afternoon of the 9th for about an hour within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In this, Minister Mogi touched on Japan's "Free and Open Indo-Pacific" concept and emphasized the importance of basic values ​​based on the rule of law, while Foreign Minister Siyarto recognized the same. Was shown.

Minister Mogi expressed serious concern that China had enacted the "Maritime Police Law," which allows the Maritime Police Law to use weapons, and the two foreign ministers expressed unilateral changes in the status quo by the power of China. We agreed to oppose the attempt.

In addition, the two foreign ministers confirmed that the relationship between the two countries will be further advanced in light of the fact that economic relations are progressing due to the advancement of Japanese companies into the local area.