Japan, U.S.A., Brazil, and Brazil launch a new framework for strengthening cooperation

Japan, U.S.A., Brazil, and Brazil Launch a new framework to strengthen cooperation November 11 at 5:36 a.m.

As China strengthens its presence in Latin America, Japan, the United States, and Brazil have confirmed their policy of establishing a new framework for consultations by diplomatic authorities and further strengthening cooperation in the economic and security sectors based on common values.
In recent years, China has also strengthened its presence in Latin America, with the Dominican Republic and El Salvador forming diplomatic relations with Taiwan one after another, as well as expanding China’s financial support through infrastructure investments for Latin American countries and new coronaviruses.

Against this situation, Japan, the United States, and Brazil launched a new framework of consultations by diplomatic authorities to further strengthen cooperation in the economic and security fields, and held their first meeting in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, on the evening of October 10 Japan time.

From Japan, Mr. Hayashi, Director-General of the Central and South America Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, confirmed the policy of working to form a rule-based international order in the Latin American region in three countries that share values such as democracy and the rule of law.

At the meeting, the three countries a united to strengthen cooperation with the aim of eliminating the development of high-speed, high-capacity communication standards and 5G communication networks, including China’s telecommunications equipment giant Huawei.

The government will strengthen cooperation with countries with common values, with a focus on cooperation with the new Biden administration in the United States, which emphasizes international cooperation.

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo “improves democratic capacity”

In connection with the launch of a new framework for talks by diplomatic officials by Japan, the United States and Brazil, U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo made it clear at a press conference on October 10 that U.S. Undersecretary of State Crack had participated in the first round of talks.

On that basis, he said, “The talks between the three countries will increase the capacity of democracy to prosper in cooperation,” and he showed his expectation for a new framework by democracies.

Secretary of State Pompeo has made China a one-party, power-based nation, and in order to counter it, cooperation between democracies is essential, and he is strengthening the framework of the four countries: Japan, the United States, India, and Australia.