Japanese Premier Starts Pacific Tour

Tokyo, July 06 (QNA) – Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe has started a three-nation tour of the Pacific Ocean, in a bid to strengthen cooperation in security and economic issues between his country and the region’s leaders.

The Japanese Prime Minister left Tokyo today for New Zealand, the first leg of his tour, which will also take him to Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Radio Tokyo International said Abe will explain the Japanese cabinet’s decision approving the exercise of the right of collective self-defense of the region’s leaders, and will tell them that Tokyo will contribute to peace and stability in the region. (QNA)

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