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Japan PM heads to Australia to step up military, energy ties
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, who is traveling to Australia for talks with his counterpart Anthony Albanese, said Friday he wants to bolster military and energy cooperation between the two countries amid their shared concerns about China.
Turkish president, Greek premier discuss Afghanistan, migration
The president of Turkey and premier of Greece on Aug. 20 discussed recent developments in Afghanistan and the issue of migration in a phone call.
Japan will Join NATO's Center for Cyber-defense in Tallinn
Japan will join NATO's center for cyber defense in Tallinn, the BNR reported, quoting the France press and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who arrived on a visit to Estonia. It is the first stage of its tour in six Central European countries, including Bulgaria.
Tillerson calls for 'new approach' to North Korea, no details
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on March 16 that the escalating threat from North Korea's nuclear program showed a clear need for a "new approach," although he stopped short of detailing what steps the Trump administration would pursue.
Japan to launch new intelligence unit focused on Islamic militants
A new Japanese Foreign Ministry unit will start collecting information on militant groups such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in the countries they are based, the government said on Dec. 4, prompted into action by last month's attacks on Paris.
Japan seeks deals to enhance investments in Turkey
Japan, the world's third largest economy by nominal GDP, expects the finalization of two agreements with Turkey which will increase its investments in the country and the $3.5 billion trade volume between the two nations, a spokesperson for the Japanese Foreign Ministry said.
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