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Japan agrees to launch military hotline with China next year

/ 04:26 PM December 28, 2021
Japan defense minister Nobuo Kishi

Japan’s defense minister Nobuo Kishi | PHOTO: Reuters

TOKYO — Japan’s defense minister Nobuo Kishi agreed to launch a military hotline with China next year, Japan’s government spokesperson said on Tuesday, citing recent talks between Kishi and his Chinese counterpart.

Kishi held a video call with Wei Fenghe on Monday where the Japanese defense chief stressed the importance of stability in the Taiwan strait, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno said.

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