Japan: Suga, Modi agree to cooperate closely

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The prime ministers of Japan and India have agreed to work together to promote a free and open Indo-Pacific, while strengthening cooperation with the United States and Australia.

Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi spoke by telephone on Tuesday.

Suga expressed grave concern over China’s new coast guard law that authorizes its ships to use weapons, as well as the human rights situation in Hong Kong and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Suga asked for Modi’s understanding and support on the issue of Japanese nationals abducted by North Korea.

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