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Japan and Vietnam agree to boost ties and start discussing Japanese military aid amid China threat

  • Japan and Vietnam have agreed to enhance security and economic ties to counter China's influence in the region. They will expand security cooperation, discuss defense equipment transfers, and work on a new Japanese aid program for developing countries.
  • This move elevates Japan to Vietnam's top-tier partners, along with the United States, China, and India. The leaders emphasized their commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific.
  • The comprehensive strategic partnership aims to deepen cooperation in various areas such as trade, climate change, and the economy to achieve a free and open Indo-Pacific.
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