Japan-United States of America Relations
Courtesy Call on Prime Minister Kishida by U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan
On June 15th, commencing at 4:10 p.m., for approximately 20 minutes, Mr. KISHIDA Fumio, Prime Minister of Japan, received a courtesy call from the Honorable Jake Sullivan, National Security Advisor of the United States of America, who is visiting Japan to attend the Japan-U.S.-ROK / Japan-U.S.-Philippines meetings between National Security Advisors.
- Prime Minister Kishida expressed his appreciation for the efforts of NSA Sullivan for the success of the G7 Hiroshima Summit and the Japan-U.S. Summit Meeting last month. NSA Sullivan stated that he would like to continue coordination between Japan and the U.S. on a variety of issues facing the international community.
- The two sides exchanged their views on regional issues, including responses to North Korea, issues related to China, and the situation in Ukraine. Prime Minister Kishida stated that he hopes for the continued efforts of NSA Sullivan in further strengthening the Japan-U.S. Alliance.