EU and Japan agree on digital cooperation

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The European Union and Japan have agreed on increased cooperation to develop digital technologies, cyber security and artificial intelligence. Speaking after an EU-Japan summit in Tokyo Thursday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said “leadership in this field is key to our competitiveness and security.” The digital partnership between Brussels and Tokyo is the first of its kind between the EU and another country. Both sides also agreed to use their strategic partnership to strengthen and diversify supply chains, for example in semiconductors, von der Leyen said.

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