China says Asia-Pacific rejects NATO’s Japan office.

China says Asia-Pacific rejects NATO's Japan office.
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Mao Ning, a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stated during a press briefing on Wednesday, after Japan acknowledged NATO’s plan to open a liaison office in Japan, that the Asia-Pacific region does not welcome NATO’s plan to open a liaison office in Japan.

Mao stated that the Asia-Pacific region does not welcome group confrontation and does not welcome military confrontation. “We want to say that the Asia-Pacific does not welcome confrontation,”

Given Japan’s “history of aggression,” she added that the country should exercise “extra caution” when it comes to the issue of military security.

Even though the U.S.-led military pact was planning a Tokyo office, which would be its first in Asia, to facilitate consultations in the region, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida stated earlier in the day that the country had no plans to become a member of NATO. Kishida made this statement during a press conference.

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