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Defense minister, U.S. general agree to cooperate in response to DPRK

Mainichi wrote that Defense Minister Inada and General Robert Brown, commander of U.S. Army Pacific, agreed during talks in Tokyo on Aug. 8 to strengthen bilateral coordination between the U.S. and Japan in view of the increasing nuclear threat posed by North Korea. Inada told General Brown that the security situation in the East and South China Seas is becoming increasingly tense, referring to China’s maritime activities in the region. The two officials also agreed on the importance of multilateral coordination with South Korea and Australia.

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