Prime Minister Kishida left Haneda Airport after noon on the 10th to attend the "Asia Security Council" held in Singapore.
Prior to this, Prime Minister Kishida expressed his intention to disseminate the concept for peace to the world in the keynote speech of the conference, keeping in mind the situation in Ukraine.
Prime Minister Kishida departs from Haneda Airport for Singapore on a government plane after noon on the 10th to attend the "Asia Security Conference" where defense ministers from each country exchange opinions on security in the Asia-Pacific region. did.
Prior to this, Prime Minister Kishida told reporters at the Prime Minister's Office, "In the keynote speech at the conference, peace was elected as a non-executive member of the UN Security Council amid the great challenges of world peace and order. I would like to convey my vision for peace to the world as to what role Japan can play as a nation. "
"We would like to meet with Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to deepen discussions on further cooperation towards the free and open Indo-Pacific."
Meanwhile, Minister of Defense Kishi also left Haneda Airport on the morning of the 10th to attend the "Asia Security Council."
At the same time as the meeting, Minister Kishi held a defense ministers' meeting between Japan, the United States, and South Korea to confirm cooperation on the response to North Korea, and also met with China's defense minister, Wei Fengwa, in the East China Sea and other places. The policy is to raise concerns about China's move to strengthen its marine expansion and seek self-restraint.