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The security agreement between China and the Solomon Islands frightens Japan and the United States

The agreement signed by China with the Solomon Islands may have ramifications for security in the region and is likely to be discussed today between the leaders of Japan and New Zealand, Fumio Kishida and Jacinda Ardern. This was announced by Japanese Prime Minister Hirokazu Matsuno, who said he was concerned.

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US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and President of the Federated States of Micronesia, David Panuelo, also expressed at a meeting their “common concern about the signing of a bilateral security agreement between the People’s Republic of China and the Solomon Islands.” Face to face, Sullivan reaffirmed “the United States’ unwavering commitment to the security and prosperity of freely associated nations” and discussed “issues of common interest in the Pacific Island region.”

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