Japan To Send Own Force, Won’t Join US Coalition For Mideast

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Japan has decided not to join a U.S. coalition to protect commercial vessels in the Middle East, but will send its own force to ensure the safe shipment of oil to Japan.

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Japan to send own force, won’t join US coalition for Mideast

Japan to send own force, won’t join US coalition for Mideast. Japan has decided not to join a U.S. coalition to protect commercial vessels in the Middle East, but will send its own force to ensure the safe shipment of oil to Japan.Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Friday that Japan will keep cooperating closely with Washington even if it won’t join the initiative the U.S. says is aimed at protecting commercial tankers from alleged Iranian attacks.

Japan’s energy needs rely heavily on oil imports. It has kept friendly ties with Iran and is reluctant to join such a force. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has tried to help ease the tension between Washington and Tehran. Suga said Japan plans to deploy warships to the Gulf of Oman, the Northern Arabian Sea and nearby waters, but the timing hasn’t been decided.

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