During Pelosi’s Visit to Japan, Fumio Kishida Says Japan and U.S. Will Cooperate to Maintain Peace and Stability in Taiwan Strait

On August 5th, Japan and the United States agreed on Friday to jointly maintain peace in the increasingly tense Taiwan Strait as the Chinese Communist Party(CCP) conducted unprecedented military exercises, including five missiles that landed in Japan’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was in Japan on the last stage of her Asia trip. Pelosi met with Fumio Kishida at the Prime Minister’s residence, and Kishida said the two allies would work together to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.

Pelosi visited Taiwan on August 2nd and 3rd, and the CCP conducted its largest military exercise in the Taiwan Strait on August 4th, which included a round of live fire in the waters and airspace around the island of Taiwan. Five missiles landed in Japan’s EEZ, prompting an outcry from Japan through diplomatic channels.

Japan has warned that Communist China’s intimidation of Taiwan is an escalating national security threat.

Kishida informed Pelosi that the Chinese ballistic missiles had landed within Japan’s EEZ, representing a threat to its national security and safety and said that they would work together to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.

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