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Australia and Japan to sign Reciprocal Access Agreement setting out security cooperation framework

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison mentioned the 2 leaders will sign a Reciprocal Access Agreement, which is able to for the primary time set out a framework for the 2 nations’ protection forces to cooperate with one another.

“This treaty will be a statement of our two nations’ commitment to work together in meeting the shared strategic security challenges we face and to contribute to a secure and stable Indo-Pacific,” Morrison mentioned in a press release.

The strengthened security ties broaden on efforts by the US, Japan, India and Australia — dubbed the Quad — to work on shared considerations about China within the Indo-Pacific area.

Australia and Japan additionally plan to focus on alternatives to strengthen authorities and enterprise partnerships on clear vitality, vital applied sciences and supplies.

“Our cooperation also includes an expanding agenda for the Quad with India and the United States, and our shared technology-led approach to reducing carbon emissions,” Morrison mentioned.

Kishida mentioned on Tuesday he would forgo abroad visits earlier than the following session of Parliament begins on January 17 to deal with laying out anti-pandemic measures.

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