Washington and Tokyo will sign a new military agreement

The US and Japan are planning the most significant security treaty update in more than 60 years as they seek to counter China and the DPRK. The Financial Times (FT) newspaper reported this on Sunday, citing its sources.

According to the newspaper, US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will announce plans to reorganize the Japanese military command during a meeting at the White House on April 10.