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Japan wants to take lead for G7 statement on Hong Kong: Abe

Reuters Wednesday, 10 June 2020
Japan wants to take the lead among Group of Seven nations on issuing a statement about the situation in Hong Kong, where China has imposed a new security law, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday.
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