Ohad Shpak / May 11, 2014
Israeli Prime Minister’s visit in Tokyo is part of an effort to expand economic and political ties between Israel and Asia. On his trip, Prime Minister Netanyahu needs to realize that Japan and the Middle East have become indispensable geo-strategic partners and therefore should focus on the following issues:
(A) Promoting bilateral trade, with a focus on technology.
(B) Encouraging Japan to take a more active role in curbing Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
(C) Discussing the sustaining of Japanese aid to the Palestinian Authority through international organizations.
(D) Discussing the possibility of exporting LNG to Japan.
(E) Creating a framework of cooperation on cyber-security.
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