Japan’s PM Kishida: Discussed strengthening supply chains, diplomatic and security issues

Source Fxstreet
Apr 12, 2024 01:51

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Friday that he “discussed strengthening supply chains, diplomatic and security issues during the summit with US and Filipino leaders.”

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No decision on whether to hold the trilateral summit regularly but agreed that these meetings are important.

US President Biden and I shared the view that promoting investment in both countries is crucial as we lead the global economy together.

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