Beijing closely follows developments related to NATO plans to open a file office in Japan.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that A need for “high alert,” in In response to the media reports.
This is Ning, the official spokesperson for The ministry said Asia is “a promising land for cooperation f development And should not be battle Arena for Political geography.
NATO’s continued eastward expansion in Asia Pacific, enter in regional affairstries to destroy Regional peace and stability, payment for Counter invitations block for high vigilance of countries in the regionsaid Mao A regular Press Conference.
the West military Alliance plans to open first Asian Connection office in Japan to facilitate consultations in The region Nikkei Asia reported earlier Wednesday, citing Japanese and NATO officials.
the office Discussions will be enabled with NATO security partners, such as South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, with geopolitical challenges from China and Russia in Mind media I mentioned an outlet.
Asked about the report, NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said the alliance would not go into details of The ongoing deliberations of NATO allies.
NATO has offices and liaison arrangements with number of international organizations and partners countriesAllies regularly evaluate these liaison arrangements ensure that they best Serves needs of Both NATO and our partners.
Lungescu said NATO has a close partnership with Japan that continues to grow.
Practical cooperation covers a wide range range of Domains, including the Internet defenseMaritime Security, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief, Non-Proliferation, science And technologyand human security.”
Spokesmen for the Japanese Foreign Ministry did not available for comment because of a public holiday in Country.
Nikkei Asia proposed report said office scheduled to open next year in Tokyo but details such as whether japan will provide space Or that NATO would fund it was under negotiation.
NATO has similar liaison offices in New York, Vienna, Ukraine and other places said.
NATO President Jens Stoltenberg visited Japan in Jan pledged with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to strengthen relations in the face of “Historic” security challenges, citing Russia invasion of Ukraine and China rising military power.
Japan and NATO seek to deepen cooperation on Disruptive cyber threats technologies And misinformation with a purpose sign Individually designed partnership program before the NATO summit in July, Nikkei Asia reported.
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