Japan Plans $75 Billion Investment to Counter CCP’s Aggression in Indo-Pacific

According to media reports, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is on a two-day visit to India. He had a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In addition to extensive discussions on bilateral and regional affairs, Kishida invited Modi to participate in the G7 Hiroshima Summit in May. Fumio Kishida then announces Japan’s new plan “four pillars” of cooperation for a “Free and Open Indo-Pacific (FOIP)”: principles for peace and rules for prosperity, addressing challenges in an Indo-Pacific way, multi-layered connectivity, and extending efforts for security and safe use of the “sea” to the “air”. Japan pledged 75 billion US dollars in investment plans through private investment, Japanese Yen loans, and government assistance in the Indo-Pacific region by 2030 to counter Communist China’s growing military assertiveness.

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