The U.S. President will visit Japan from May 22 to 24, on May 23 he will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and a meeting of Quad leaders is scheduled for May 24.
Tokyo police have stepped up security measures ahead of the visit of American President Joe Biden and the upcoming summit of the leaders of the Quadrilateral dialogue on the security of Japan, the United States, India and Australia (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, Quad). This was reported on Wednesday by NHK.
In particular, the guards’ outfits at the main major railway stations of the city, including the Shinagawa station, have been strengthened. Additional police officers will also patrol Tokyo airports. In addition, inspections of public places are being tightened, including through the use of dogs trained to search for explosives.
Biden will visit Japan from May 22 to May 24. On May 23, he will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and a meeting of Quad leaders is scheduled for May 24.