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A delegation of Japanese lawmakers met with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen Tuesday amid China‘s assertive actions in the Asia-Pacific region.
In the meeting with Keiji Furuya, the head of a cross-party group of legislators seeking to strengthen Japan-Taiwan relations, Tsai expressed appreciation for late Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s declaration that a Chinese attack on Taiwan would constitute an emergency for Tokyo and the Japan-U.S. alliance.
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