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Japanese leader to attend NATO summit for first time

Yomiuri reported that coordination is underway for Prime Minister Abe to take part in the NATO summit to be held in Brussels on July 11-12 as part of his European and Middle East tour in the summer, noting that this will be the first time for a Japanese premier to attend a leaders’ meeting of the trans-Atlantic security partnership. Abe will likely give a speech calling call for European support on such issues as North Korea’s denuclearization and maritime security, with China’s acceleration of its maritime push in mind.

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