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NATO Secretary-General: Strengthening our partnership with Japan

Closer ties are needed to tackle shared security challenges

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NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks at a news conference during a NATO summit in Madrid on June 28.   © Reuters

Jens Stoltenberg has been NATO Secretary-General since October 2014.

I am honored to welcome Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to our NATO summit in Madrid on June 29. This is the first time leaders from our four Indo-Pacific partners -- Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the South Korea -- will participate together in a NATO summit. We will discuss ways to strengthen our cooperation, faced with the most serious security challenges in decades.

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