The foreign ministers of Japan and India met in New Delhi and agreed to promote a free and open Indo-Pacific region. They also discussed deepening their security cooperation, including defense equipment and technology transfers. Japan is focusing on strengthening its relations with emerging and developing economies, and India is seen as a leading power among them. Both countries are part of the Quad framework, which aims to enhance cooperation and serve as a counterweight to China. The ministers also reaffirmed cooperation as the chairs of the Group of Seven and Group of 20 to ensure the success of the upcoming G-20 summit in India. They discussed the situations in Ukraine and East Asia, emphasizing the importance of a rules-based international order. The Japanese Foreign Minister is on a trip to South Asia and Africa, visiting Sri Lanka, Maldives, South Africa, Uganda, and Ethiopia.
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