Foreign Minister Mogi has signed a comprehensive agreement between Japan and Germany to properly protect confidential information in the fields of diplomacy and security.
Germany is the ninth country to conclude such an agreement after the United States and South Korea.
Japan and Germany will conclude a comprehensive agreement to properly protect confidential information in the fields of foreign affairs and security, and Foreign Minister Mogi and German Ambassador to Japan Lepel were held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 22nd. I attended the signing ceremony and signed the document.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan will be the ninth such agreement after the United States, France and South Korea.
Following the signing ceremony, Minister Mogi and Ambassador Lepel met and confirmed the strengthening of cooperation between the two countries based on the signing of the agreement, and Minister Mogi formulated guidelines on security in the Indo-Pacific region. I expressed my intention to welcome such things.