TOKYO — Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Wednesday mentioned the nation had no plans to turn into a Nato member however acknowledged the safety alliance’s plan to open a liaison workplace in Japan.
Kishida’s feedback got here after the Japanese ambassador to the USA earlier this month mentioned that the U.S.-led army pact was planning a Tokyo workplace, the primary in Asia, to facilitate consultations within the area.
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“I’m not conscious of any resolution made” at Nato concerning the institution of the workplace, Kishida advised a Wednesday parliament session, including his nation was not planning to hitch Nato as a member or semi-member state.
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