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Minister Ernesto Araújo participated today (11/10/2020), in Brasília, in the launch of the Brazil-United States-Japan Trilateral Dialogue. The following joint statement was issued at the time:

Senior representatives from Brazil, Japan and the United States met to launch the Brazil-US-Japan Trilateral Dialogue (JUSBE). In the wake of the traditional ties they maintain, based on shared values ​​such as freedom, human rights, democracy and the rule of law, the three countries aim for a free and open international order, where countries thrive side by side as sovereign and independent states.

Bearing in mind the unprecedented need for more collective and coordinated actions, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the three countries reaffirmed, in a determined and unanimous way, their commitment to work together to overcome the crisis and to shape a new trajectory. post-pandemic.

Through the Dialogue, representatives from the three countries identified three pillars as the foundation of JUSBE: intensified policy coordination on regional issues; pursuit of shared economic prosperity; and strengthening democratic governance. Considering that JUSBE is a partnership oriented to obtaining results, several concrete achievements were discussed in these three pillars.

Sharing perspectives on regional issues The three countries converged on the view that regional peace and stability are the foundation of economic prosperity and democratic governance. To that end, as countries that share common values ​​such as democracy and fundamental freedoms, they will continue to exchange perspectives on regional situations through JUSBE and existing bilateral mechanisms, as well as acting to ensure that our regions remain free and open under an order based on the rule of law.

Shared economic prosperityThe three countries are democracies and economies with a leadership position in their respective regions. As partners who share common values, they will intensify existing cooperation to strengthen business environments, expand foreign investments, promote regional connectivity, support sustainable development and economic growth, and increase cybersecurity to promote vibrant digital economies that are based on a open, interoperable, reliable and secure internet.

The three countries affirmed their commitment to ensuring a secure, reliable and vibrant communications network ecosystem, as well as to developing a common approach to the use of transparent, secure 5G networks based on free and fair competition and the rule of law. , in line with their national legislation, priorities in formulating international policies and obligations.

Democratic governanceDemocracy and good governance are essential foundations for prosperity, economic growth and respect for human dignity, as well as helping to ensure the protection of the most vulnerable populations in times of crisis. To that end, the three countries will strengthen dialogue and cooperation in order to strengthen democratic governance at the domestic and international levels, including ensuring the holding of free and fair elections, and guaranteeing freedom of expression and other fundamental freedoms.

The Secretary of Bilateral Negotiations in Asia, Pacific and Russia of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Márcia Donner Abreu, chaired the meeting, the State Department’s Undersecretary for Economic Growth, Energy and Environment, Keith Krach, represented the United States, and the Assistant Minister for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hayashi Teiji, represented Japan.

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Launch of the Japan-United States-Brazil Exchange (JUSBE)

Minister Ernesto Araújo participated today (November 10th, 2020), in Brasilia, in the launch of the Japan-United States-Brazil Exchange (JUSBE). The following joint statement was issued on the occasion:

Senior Officials from Japan, the United States and Brazil gathered to launch the Japan-U.S.-Brazil Exchange (JUSBE). Building upon the three countries ’traditional ties based on common values ​​of freedom, human rights, democracy, and the rule of law, they aspire to a free and open international order where countries prosper side by side as sovereign and independent states.

Bearing in mind that the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic calls for greater collective and coordinated actions, they unanimously and strongly reaffirmed their commitment to work together towards overcoming the crisis and shaping a new trajectory post-COVID-19.

Through the dialogue, officials from the three countries identified three pillars as the basis of JUSBE: strengthening policy coordination on regional issues, pursuing shared economic prosperity, and fortifying democratic governance. Noting that JUSBE is a results-oriented partnership, various concrete achievements were discussed under these pillars.

Sharing Views on Regional IssuesAll three countries shared the view that regional peace and stability form the foundation of economic prosperity and democratic governance. To this end, the countries that share common values ​​such as democracy and fundamental liberties, they will continue to exchange views on regional situations using JUSBE, as well as existing bilateral dialogues, and work towards ensuring that our regions remain free and open under a rule -based order.

Shared Economic ProsperityThe three countries represent leading democracies and economies in their respective regions. As partners that share common values, they will bolster existing cooperation to strengthen business environments, expand foreign investments, promote regional connectivity, support sustainable development and economic growth, and enhance cybersecurity to promote vibrant, digital economies based on an open, interoperable, reliable, and secure internet.

The three countries affirmed their commitment to ensure a secure, trusted, and vibrant communication network ecosystem, and to develop a common approach to the deployment of transparent and secure 5G networks based on the foundation of free and fair competition, transparency, and the rule of law, in line with their national legislation, policy priorities and international obligations.

Democratic GovernanceDemocracy and good governance are essential foundations for economic prosperity, growth and respect for human dignity, and help to ensure the protection of the most vulnerable populations in times of crisis. To this end, the three countries will strengthen dialogue and cooperation that fortifies democratic governance in their countries and at the international level, including securing free and fair elections and guaranteeing freedom of expression and other fundamental liberties.

Ambassador Márcia Donner Abreu, Secretary for Bilateral Negotiations in Asia, the Pacific, and Russia, Ministry of External Relations, chaired the meeting, Mr. Keith Krach, Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment, Department of State, represented the United States, and Mr. Hayashi Teiji, Assistant Minister for Latin American and Caribbean Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, represented Japan.

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