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Kishida eyes visit to U.S. as early as this year

Yomiuri and Sankei wrote that Prime Minister Kishida and President Biden met briefly on the margins of COP26 in Glasgow on Tuesday and confirmed cooperation in promoting a free and open Indo-Pacific. The papers wrote that the two leaders also agreed to hold bilateral talks in Washington, quoting Kishida as telling reporters he agreed with the President that they should meet again as soon as possible, possibly later this year, to hold in-depth discussions.

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