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Tokyo, Nov 6 (Canadian-Media): Yoshihide Suga, Japanese Prime Minister said Nov 6 at a meeting of the parliament’s budget committee in Tokyo that irrespective of which presidential candidate comes out on top, close cooperation between Japan and the United States will remain unchanged.
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“So far, the situation is such that it is not clear which of the candidates will win, but the Japanese-American alliance is for Japan the core of its foreign policy and security. We will continue close cooperation with the United States, there are no changes in this,” Suga said.
Suga also emphasized the importance of the ties between Washington and Beijing on Japan’s interests and global stability.
Suga also was reported to tell the lawmakers the importance for peace and stability of the global community depended on the stability of bilateral relations between the United States and China for the national interests of Japan.
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