In the discussion on the second day of the G7 = Foreign Ministers' Meeting of the seven major countries, Foreign Minister Motegi expressed serious concern about China's attempt to unilaterally change the status quo in the East China Sea and the human rights situation in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
He also emphasized the need for the G7 to work closely together on the situation in Myanmar.
At the G7 = Foreign Ministers' Meeting of the Seven Major Countries held in London, England, discussions were held on the second day from the evening of the 4th of Japan time, and opinions were exchanged on regional situations such as China and Myanmar.
Among them, Foreign Minister Mogi expressed serious concern that China, which is strengthening hegemonic behavior, is continuing and strengthening attempts to unilaterally change the status quo in the East China Sea and South China Sea, including the enforcement of the Maritime Police Law. I have stated.
He also expressed similar concerns about the situation in Hong Kong and the human rights situation in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, and pointed out that it is important for the international community, including the G7, to send a unified message.
Regarding the increasingly tense situation in Myanmar, Minister Mogi welcomed the announcement of the Chairman's statement at the previous summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, saying that it would mediate dialogue for a peaceful solution. , Emphasized the need for the G7 to support ASEAN's efforts and work closely together.
The Foreign Ministers' Meeting will be discussed on the third day from the evening of the 5th of Japan time, and a joint statement is expected to be issued before dawn on the 6th.