Media: NATO intends to establish a presence in Japan

May 3, 2023



(RT)

The US-led military bloc is seeking to deepen Asia-Pacific cooperation, according to Nikkei Asia. Japan and NATO are reportedly seeking to increase collaboration in cyberspace and the US-led military alliance plans to open its first liaison office in Tokyo. It is unclear how the office space would be organized, but similar NATO stations are usually provided by the host nation. Tokyo also plans to sign an Individually Tailored Partnership Program with the alliance before the NATO summit in Lithuania in July. Japan and NATO are reportedly looking to deepen collaboration in tackling cyber threats, coordinate stances on emerging and disruptive technologies, and exchange notes on fighting disinformation. The news comes as NATO has openly outlined its plans to increase cooperation with its partners in the Indo-Pacific region.

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