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Japan, Poland agree to deepen bilateral cooperation

Asahi wrote that Prime Minister Abe held bilateral talks with Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki at the Kantei on Tuesday. The two leaders reportedly agreed to deepen cooperation between their nations on the economic, security, and technology fronts. Abe stated at a post-meeting joint press conference: “Japan and Poland have stepped up their cooperation since they established a strategic partnership in 2015. I had productive discussions with Prime Minister Morawiecki on elevating this partnership to the next stage.” Nikkei also reported on the meeting, saying the two leaders discussed improving the business environment in Poland in order to increase Japanese companies’ investment there.

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