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Japan, India hold defense ministerial talks

All national dailies reported today that Defense Minister Iwaya and his visiting Indian counterpart met on Monday and agreed to enhance mutual security coordination for the creation of a free and open Indo-Pacific region. They decided to convene a bilateral 2+2 foreign and defense ministerial meeting later this year for the first time ever. They also reportedly agreed to swiftly conclude an acquisition and cross-servicing agreement for the two militaries. The Indian official paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Abe later.

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