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14th Mekong-Japan Foreign Ministers’ Meeting


Tokyo, 7 August 2021 (TDI): On the 6th of August, the 14th Mekong-Japan Foreign Ministers’ Meeting was held via video teleconference meeting along with the presence of the delegates of six Mekong countries such as China, Myanmar, Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia, and Viet Nam. The meeting was chaired by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan, Motegi Toshimitsu.
Located at the Indo-Pacific region’s core, the Mekong countries with Japan aimed to continuously develop together through the Mekong-Japan cooperation framework. In response to the Covid-19, Japan approximately provided 5.6 million doses of vaccines and approximately 750 million yen to overcome the challenge in the Mekong region. Furthermore, both parties exchanged views on the digital and green economy.
Minister Motegi welcomed the ASEAN’s new Special Envoy Dato Erywan, Minister of Foreign Affairs II of Brunei Darussalam, and urged to initiate dialogue with all parties and the Five-Point Consensus with Myanmar as the primary step to reduce violence.
Likewise, the Mekong Countries expressed their appreciation of Japan’s continuous support to the Mekong countries.
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