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President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden greet Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and his wife Yuko Kishida

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President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden greet Prime Minister of Japan Kishida Fumio and Mrs. Kishida Yuko at the South Portico, Tuesday, April 9, 2024, at the White House.(Official White House Photo by Cameron Smith)

President Joe Biden will host Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the White House on Tuesday evening for an official visit. This visit will significantly improve the U.S.-Japan security partnership, representing one of the most substantial enhancements in several decades.

The visit will also facilitate Tokyo’s further incorporation into Washington’s security framework alongside other regional allies, which is crucial for deterring Beijing.

According to National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, the visit will emphasize the firm determination of our partnership. Sullivan made this statement during a Tuesday White House briefing.

Sullivan stated that Biden and Kishida will unveil strategies to strengthen defense and security collaboration. They aim to achieve better coordination and integration of our military assets and secure their optimal positioning and connection with other compatible allies.

“We will have significant deliverables in the field of space as we take the lead in space exploration and the mission to return to the moon,” he further stated. “Our top institutions will make important announcements about research partnerships focused on crucial and developing technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), quantum semiconductors, and clean energy.”

President Joe Biden greet Prime Minister of Japan Kishida Fumio

At a recent event hosted by the Center for a New American Security, Deputy Secretary of State Kurt Campbell stated that the announced measures will enable the United States and Japan to enhance collaboration in developing and potentially joint production of crucial military and defense equipment.

This represents a significant achievement in the partnership between the United States and Japan, which Campbell characterizes as the fundamental basis of our involvement in the Indo-Pacific region.

Kishida emphasized the utmost significance of collaboration between our three nations in upholding peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region and safeguarding a global system that is both free and open, and on legal principles,” stated Kishida on Monday before he departed for Washington.

The officials are anticipated to deliberate on strategies to enhance Japan’s U.S. military command structure. Approximately 54,000 military personnel from the United States are now deployed in Japan.

Jake Sullivan, the White House’s national security advisor, stated that the presidents’ declarations regarding defense will facilitate “enhanced collaboration in the incorporation of our military forces and guarantee that they are strategically positioned and connected to other allied partners with similar objectives.”

Kishida and Biden are anticipated to affirm Japan’s involvement in NASA’s Artemis lunar program, including the delivery of a moon rover produced by Toyota Motor Corp. and the participation of a Japanese astronaut in the mission. With an estimated price tag of approximately $2 billion, the rover would be the costliest contribution to the mission by a non-U.S. partner thus far.

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