Baku, May 7, AZERTAC
Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio and his British counterpart Boris Johnson have agreed in principle on a pact that would facilitate bilateral defense cooperation, according to NHK World-Japan.
The two leaders met in London on Thursday.
The Japan-UK Reciprocal Access Agreement stipulates procedures for joint drills between Japan's Self-Defense Forces and the British military. Kishida and Johnson expressed hope that it will be signed soon.
And they reaffirmed the need for closer bilateral cooperation to help realize a free and open Indo-Pacific.
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