Japan approves spending on the Self-Defense Forces in the Middle East


The government of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe decided on Tuesday to use about 506 million yen ($ 4.6 million) of this year’s budget reserve to spend on the Self-Defense Forces in the Middle East.

The move aims to ensure peace and stability in the Middle East, as well as the safety of ships connected to Japan in the region.


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