Oliver Bugarin 1 0 0 3 min to read

PH, the US, and Japan pledge collaboration on critical security concerns.

The United States, Japan, and the Philippines are considering ways to improve their coordination on various security-related concerns.

This occurred after the first Philippines-Japan-US Trilateral Defense Policy Dialogue (TDPD) took place on September 13.

The session was held by video teleconference, according to a statement released on Friday by Department of National Defense (DND) spokesperson Arsenio Andolong.

Possible areas of collaboration in maritime security and marine domain awareness, cyber security, information exchange, humanitarian assistance, and disaster response were discussed during the TDPD.

“Ms. Marita I. Yoro, CESO III, Director of the Office for Strategic Assessments and International Affairs, served as the delegation’s leader. Mr. Miura Jun, Director General for International Affairs, Bureau of Defense Policy, served as the leader of the Japanese delegation. Ms. Lindsey W. Ford, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, served as the delegation’s leader, “Added he.

According to Andolong, the officials discussed mutual defense and security issues, especially maritime security issues, with a focus on how crucial it is to maintain freedom of navigation and overflight and the rules-based order to maintain peace and stability in the region.

A regular meeting between the delegations was agreed upon after the first-ever TDPD between the three countries, he continued.

We appreciate your reading. You may also consider sharing it with others.
Please comment below if you found this post interesting.
Be one of our DONOR / SPONSOR to support NextGenDay news website.
Please follow and like us:
Tweet 2k
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x