As Japan assumes the chairmanship of the United Nations Security Council next January, the government plans to hold an open debate on the theme of "rule of law" at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Hayashi will attend as chairman and emphasize the importance of maintaining the international order.
Japan will serve as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for two years from next year, and will serve as its chair in January next year.
Taking this opportunity, the government plans to hold a public debate on the "rule of law" at the United Nations Headquarters in New York in mid-January next year. Keeping in mind such things as expansion, we are appealing the importance of maintaining the international order.
In addition, Minister Hayashi is making arrangements to visit Brazil and Mexico in conjunction with this visit to the United States and hold talks with foreign ministers of each country. is.
On the other hand, in light of the fact that the three security-related documents will be revised at the end of the year, the government is considering holding a so-called 2+2 ministerial consultation on foreign and defense affairs between Japan and the United States. We are also adjusting our horizons to be held in.