U.S. President Joe Biden And Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga Meet At The White House

VOA: Biden, Japan's Suga Commit to Work Together to Meet China Challenge

U.S. President Joe Biden says he and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga are committed to working together to counter challenges from China and North Korea, following Biden's first White House summit since taking office.

Biden told reporters after meeting with Suga during the one-day summit Friday that they affirmed their "ironclad support for the U.S.-Japanese alliance" and said they would work together to "take on the challenges from China and on issues like the East China Sea, the South China Sea, as well as North Korea."


WNU Editor: China issues a warning …. Beijing warns U.S., Japan against collusion against China (Japan Today).

More News On U.S. President Joe Biden And Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga Meeting At The White House

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Biden says US, Japan 'committed to working together' on challenges from China, North Korea — FOX News

Biden hosts Japanese PM Suga as U.S. works to counter increasingly assertive China — NBC

Biden, Japan's PM focus on China, North Korea in first bilateral meeting — The Hill

Biden, Suga commit to take on China’s challenges in the Pacific — Al Jazeera

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