Biden, Japan PM warn against China moves

Biden, Japan PM warn against China moves
Biden, Japan PM warn against China moves

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A Chinese Coast Guard patrol ship (left) is seen near an unidentified vessel at South China Sea, in a handout photo distributed by the Philippine Coast Guard April 15 and taken according to the source either on April 13 or 14, 2021. — Reuters pic

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WASHINGTON, Apr 17 — US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga today jointly warned against China’s increasingly assertive moves in the region.

“We agreed to oppose any attempts to change the status quo by force or coercion in the East and South China seas and intimidation of others in the region,” Suga, Biden’s first foreign visitor, told a joint news conference with the US president.

He said Biden also reaffirmed that the US-Japan security treaty covered the Japanese-administered Senkaku islands where Beijing, which calls them the Diaoyu, has been increasingly active.

Biden voiced support for a strong alliance with Japan.

“We committed to working together to take on the challenges from China and on issues like the East China Sea, the South China Sea as well as North Korea,” Biden said. — AFP

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