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Indo-Pacific

Japan and India to hold 2-plus-2 talks with eye on China

Defense and diplomatic chiefs to lay groundwork for Suga-Modi summit

An honor guard from Japan's Self-Defense Forces attends a welcoming ceremony for a 2019 meeting between Japan's and India's defense ministers in Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Japan and India plan to hold a "two-plus-two" meeting of foreign and defense ministers here to discuss security cooperation as early as late April, as China ramps up activity in the East and South China seas.

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