Countering China in Indo-Pacific: Japan backs Sri Lanka as 'key player'; US, Australia deepen alliance
In a strong message to China, Japan on Saturday supported Sri Lanka as a key partner in the Indo-Pacific region.Japan, which is a member of the Quad alliance with India, US and Australia, asserted that the strategically located island is integral to realising a "free and open Indo-Pacific".
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