Prime Minister Kishida has completed a series of diplomatic schedules, including the Japan-US Summit Meeting and the Quad Summit Meeting of the four countries of Japan, the United States, Australia and India.



All emphasized the results, saying that they confirmed the position of not allowing unilateral changes in the status quo by force, with Russia and China in mind, and will continue to strengthen cooperation between the four countries and the G7 = seven major countries. It is a policy.

Prime Minister Kishida attended the quad summit meeting between Japan, the United States, Australia and India on the 25th, and shared the recognition that unilateral changes in the status quo by force should not be allowed in any region.



Also, with China in mind, we confirmed that we would strongly oppose all intimidating and provocative actions that would increase tensions, and 50 billion to infrastructure in this region toward the realization of a free and open Indo-Pacific. We agreed to promote cooperation in a wide range of fields, such as aiming for support and investment of more than the dollar.



At a press conference, Prime Minister Kishida acknowledged that he had strengthened ties with India, which has a traditional friendship with Russia. The significance of being able to issue it is very large. "



Then, with Russia and China in mind, the Japan-US summit meeting on the 24th and the quad summit meeting on the 25th confirmed the position of not allowing unilateral changes in the status quo by force, and united to protect the international order. It is said that it was possible to show.



Given that Japan will chair the G7 next year and Prime Minister Kishida has indicated his intention to host Hiroshima, the government has emphasized the importance of basic values ​​such as freedom and the rule of law. We will continue to strengthen cooperation between the four countries of Japan, the United States, Australia and India and the G7.

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