Biden Congratulates Japan’s New Prime Minister Fumio Kishida

Biden Congratulates Japan’s New Prime Minister Fumio Kishida

The president of United States, Joe Biden, congratulated the new Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, on Monday, saying that the “Historic alliance” between the two nations will help them meet the world’s current challenges.

“The US-Japan alliance is the cornerstone of peace, security, and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific and the world, and I look forward to working closely with Prime Minister Kishida to strengthen our cooperation in the months and years to come. ”, said Biden it’s a statement.

“The historic alliance between our two democracies and our two peoples will continue to be a critical asset as we work together to meet the challenges of our time.”he added.

Later on monday, Biden spoke to Kishida to congratulate him again, the White House said.

Kishida, 64, a member of the centrist wing of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), easily won Monday’s vote in the Japanese parliament that approved him to lead the world’s third-largest economy.

He succeeds outgoing Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, who announced that he was not running for party leadership after a year in power.

Biden praised the “Successful mandate” de Suga.

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