Britain's May attends top security meeting in Japan

Britain's May attends top security meeting in Japan

Britain's May attends top security meeting in Japan

British Prime Minister Theresa May met Japanese business leaders on Thursday to try and dispel their concerns about the impact of Brexit and forge closer trade ties as her country prepares to leave the EU.

"North Korea's reckless action is a threat" to Japan, prime minister Shinzo Abe told his national security council alongside Ms May.

The Prime Minister later headed off to watch a game of wheelchair basketball between Great Britain and Australia being held as part of the world challenge cup before meeting business leaders at an embassy reception.

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The London Evening Standard, now edited by George Osborne, the Conservative sacked by May as finance minister when she became prime minister previous year, described her pledge to run again as "Like the Living Dead in a second-rate horror film". May and Abe are due to speak publicly on Thursday following one-to-one talks.

The launch seemed created to show that North Korea can back up a threat to target the U.S. territory of Guam, if it chooses to do so, while also establishing a potentially unsafe precedent that could see future missiles flying over Japan.

President Trump warns North Korea that "all options are on the table" for USA in response to North Korea's test-launch of ballistic missile over the Hokkaido island in northern Japan into sea as a display of power and force. May also strongly condemned the launch. "We see that the best way of doing that is for China to be bringing pressure to bear on North Korea", Reuters cited May as saying. As Tuesday's events over Hokkaido demonstrate, Japan finds itself in the most severe security environment since the signing of the Japanese Instrument of Surrender in 1945. It was during a brief meeting in September at the Group of 20 summit in China that Abe reminded her of the extent of Japan's investment in the United Kingdom and how it's tied to access to the single market. Aston Martin said on Tuesday it will open an advanced product planning office next year in Japan to better understand the needs of Asian buyers and tap into new technologies.

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Until Britain's European Union membership ends it is unable to agree trade deals with external countries, and it is unclear how easily or quickly an already-stretched British civil service could transpose European Union deals into bilateral trade agreements.

"It didn't contradict anything the president said". On Wednesday, Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera, an advocate of bolstering Japan's missile and strike-back capability, said Tokyo must quickly upgrade its missile arsenal.

"The Government and Prime Minister May's position is appreciated by Japanese companies". "We continue to work together and the minister and I share responsibility to provide for the protection of our nation our populations and our interests, which is what we are here to discuss today", Mattis said.

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