Japan's new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has announced his intention to promote the concept of a free and open Indo-Pacific region to protect the country's interests. TASS.
In addition, at a press conference, Suga said that he plans to build stable relations with neighboring countries, including China and Russia.
Also, the plans of the new Japanese Cabinet include strengthening the strategic alliance with the United States, which, according to the Prime Minister, is the basis of Tokyo's foreign policy.
Another task of the government under his leadership will be to solve the problem of Japanese citizens abducted by the DPRK special services. For this, Suga plans to work closely with the United States and other countries.
Recall that today the Japanese parliament approved the chairman of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, Yoshihide Sugu, head of government. In this position, he replaced Shinzo Abe, who decided to leave the post of prime minister due to health problems.