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Philippines says it will forge security alliances and stage combat drills despite China’s opposition

  • Philippine Defense Secretary Gilberto Teodoro mentioned a possible agreement for Philippine and Japanese defense forces to train in each other's territories during a meeting in July.
  • Negotiations on the reciprocal access agreement are close to completion without remaining contentious issues, as stated by Teodoro in an interview with Kyodo News.
  • Once ratified, the agreement will allow Japanese forces to join the Philippines in the annual Balikatan military exercises, aiming to deepen security ties with countries like Australia.
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