China News Service, May 22 (Xinhua) According to a comprehensive report, on the afternoon of the 22nd local time, U.S. President Biden arrived at the U.S. Yokota Base in Tokyo, Japan by special plane, starting a three-day visit to Japan.

This is Biden's first visit to Japan since taking office.

On May 21, local time, U.S. President Joe Biden delivered a speech at a state banquet hosted by South Korean President Yoon Sek-yue.

  The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) reported that on the 23rd, Biden will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and participate in the US-Japan-India-Australia "Quartet Security Dialogue" summit on the 24th.

  Japan's TBS News Network said that on the 23rd, Biden will officially launch the "Indo-Pacific Economic Framework", a move that will attract much attention.

How many member states can be assembled when the framework is launched will be "an important touchstone of US influence in the Indo-Pacific region."

  In addition, at the Japan-US summit meeting, it is expected that the two sides will confirm further cooperation in various aspects such as the situation in Ukraine, security and economy.

  On the 22nd, Biden ended his three-day visit to South Korea and went to Japan.

This is Biden's first trip to Asia since taking office.