Japan’s Suga opposes actions that increase rigidity in South China Sea
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga visits Vietnam
INDONESIA (Reuters) – Japan opposes any actions that escalate tension in the South China Sea, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Monday as he wrapped up a trip to Vietnam and Indonesia, and stressed the need for peaceful resolution of disputes.
Suga’s four-day visit to the two key Southeast Asian countries comes amid concerns about China’s growing assertiveness in the region.
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