G7 = Foreign Ministers' Meeting of the Seven Major Countries Held a Working Dinner on the Second Day with Invited Countries such as South Korea and Australia, and Foreign Minister Motegi said G7 and ASEAN toward the realization of a "free and open Indo-Pacific". = He emphasized the importance of strengthening cooperation with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
The G7 = Seven Major Foreign Ministers' Meeting held in London, England, had a working dinner on the 5th and 2nd day of Japan time, and was invited as guests to South Korea, Australia, India, South Africa, and ASEAN. The Foreign Minister of Brunei, the presidency of this year, also attended.
"We welcome the foreign ministers of the five countries," said Britain's Foreign Minister Raab. "The invitations of these countries are a sign of Britain's emphasis on involvement in the Indo-Pacific region as the G7 chairman." I did.
Foreign Minister Mogi also said, "It is timely for the United Kingdom to invite these countries as the international community becomes more interested in the importance of the Indo-Pacific region."
Minister Mogi mentioned that ASEAN had come up with its own concept for the Indo-Pacific region, saying that it is important for G7 countries to strengthen their involvement in ASEAN, and to realize a "free and open Indo-Pacific". He emphasized the importance of strengthening cooperation between the G7 and ASEAN.