From the statement of Jüri Ratas, which leads the Japanese information service NHK:
Cooperation between Estonia and Japan is important for maintaining world order. We discussed information and cyber security issues with Mr. Abe.
During the talks with my colleague, we noted the importance of consensus on the North Korean issue. We agreed to continue the dialogue not only in the “Japan-Estonia” format, but also in the wider format “Japan - the Baltic States”.
At the moment, the Japanese prime minister is touring the Baltic republics, which are primarily expecting investment from Abe’s visit. However, the Japanese political leader does not give promises on investments in the economies of the Baltic countries, which clearly disappoints the Baltic authorities. It is known that, in addition to Estonia, Abe will visit Latvia, Lithuania, after which he will go to the south - to Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia.