British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will sign a defense treaty.

APA reports that the British Prime Minister's office has released information about this.

It was reported that the agreement, which is considered the most important defense document between the two countries in more than a century, will be signed today in the London Castle.

"Years of negotiations will culminate today in a signing that will accelerate defense and security cooperation and allow the UK and Japan to deploy forces in each other's territories. This agreement will also strengthen the UK's commitment to Indo-Pacific security and provide both countries with a wider, more will enable the planning and execution of complex military exercises and deployments. The UK will be the first European country to have a Reciprocal Accession Treaty with Japan, the most important defense treaty between the UK and Japan since 1902. Defense treaties will be signed between Japan and the UK in the coming weeks It will be submitted to the Parliament", the Prime Minister's office said in the information.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said that relations between his country and Japan have deepened over the past year. shared ambition to ensure the prosperity of our countries.

This agreement is extremely important for our peoples - it strengthens our commitment to the Indo-Pacific region and underscores our joint efforts to strengthen economic security, accelerate our defense cooperation and promote innovation that creates high-skilled jobs.

In this increasingly competitive world, it is more important than ever that democratic societies continue to stand shoulder to shoulder and fight the unprecedented global challenges of our time," Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said.