Japan’s Yomiuri “Considering the Korea-Japan-Australia-New Zealand summit as an opportunity for the NATO meeting”

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Today (20th), the Yomiuri Shimbun reported that the Japanese government decided to consider holding a summit of four countries, Korea, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand with the NATO summit as an opportunity.

Yomiuri said that these four countries invited to the NATO summit are expected to hold a summit and express their intention to oppose unilateral attempts to change the status quo in the East and South China Seas with China in mind.

Yomiuri analyzed, “The purpose is to promote a ‘free and open Indo-Pacific’ by confirming cooperation between the leaders of the four countries.

However, regarding the official Korea-Japan summit, it was reported that “the Korean side did not see any response to the issue of compensation for victims of forced mobilization during the Japanese colonial period, so we decided to put it on hold.”

The NATO summit to be held in Madrid, Spain from the 29th to the 30th will include leaders of 30 member countries, as well as leaders of partner countries such as South Korea, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.

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