US ministers is going to visit Japan under Biden to focus on China's concerns

Following Donald Trump's temperamental approach, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin are traveling to Tokyo to meet with their counterparts and other senior officials to reaffirm the US commitment to the region and their alliance.

When the two ministers in President Biden's administration visit Japan for the first private talks with their Japanese counterparts, the main focus is expected to be on concerns about China's growing influence in the region.

On Tuesday, the two secretaries will hold talks with their Japanese counterparts Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi and Defense Minister Nabuo Kishi on so-called "two plus two" diplomacy and security.

"The United States is now putting great emphasis on reviving our relationship with friends and partners - in each other's relations and in multilateral institutions - and in our work," Blinken and Austin said in an excerpt published in the Washington Post on Monday. To return to common goals, values and responsibilities”.

Dr. Dhillon Randeep

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