Britain pushes for Japan UN security seat

Britain on Tuesday backed Japan’s claim for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council and promised to support its economic integration with the EU after the two nations’ foreign ministers met in London.

Foreign Secretary William Hague also told Takeaki Matsumoto, his Japanese counterpart, that Britain had "great admiration" for Japan’s response to the March earthquake and tsunami which devastated the country’s northeast coast.

"Japan is unquestionably our closest partner in Asia," Hague said in a statement.

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