Japan’s Kishida to announce new Indo-Pacific plan, seek India’s support

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By Krishn Kaushik and Yukiko Toyoda NEW DELHI/TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will on Monday announce a new plan for an open and free Indo-Pacific in New Delhi and seek India’s support to partner with Tokyo to check China’s growing influence across the region. Under the plan, which will be announced during Kishida’s two-day visit to India, Japan will increase support to emerging economies, especially in the region, Japanese officials said. India and Japan have been adding more depth to their relations, especially in defence and strategic affairs, as both face threats fro…

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