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Prime Minister’s schedule on Feb. 8

  • 2016-02-09 15:00:00
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(Nikkei: February 9, 2016 – p. 4)

 

February 8, 2016

09:25

Left his private residence in Tomigaya.

10:00

Met with Special Advisor to the Prime Minister Masahiko Shibayama at the Prime Minister’s Office [Kantei]. Then met with Special Advisor to the Prime Minister Katsuyuki Kawai.

11:02

Met with Minister in Charge of Administrative Reform Taro Kono. Then met with Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine Chief Priest Nobuyoshi Nishitakatsuji and other members of the “Plum Mission.”

12:01

Met with the Liaison Meeting of the Government and Ruling Parties. Next met with LDP Election Strategy Committee Chairman Toshimitsu Motegi.

14:34

Met with Chairman Tanigaki Sadakazu and other members of the LDP Headquarters for Countermeasures against the North Korean Nuclear Test and Missile Launch.

15:38

Met with Secretary-General of the National Security Secretariat Shotaro Yachi, Director of Cabinet Intelligence Shigeru Kitamura, MOFA Foreign Policy Bureau Director-General Takeo Akiba, MOD Bureau of Defense Policy Director-General Satoshi Maeda, and MOD Chief of Staff, Joint Staff Katsutoshi Kawano.

16:17

Met with LDP Public Relations Headquarters Chairman Taro Kimura. Thereafter recorded a message for the 44th anniversary of the founding of the United Arab Emirates. Lower House member Yoshitaka Sakurada was present.

16:41

Met with President Hiroyuki Karahashi and others from Homare Sake Brewery, whose sake was named “Champion Sake 2015” at the International Wine Challenge.

17:00

Held a meeting of the LDP Board at the National Diet building. Thereafter met with LDP Secretary-General Sadakazu Tanigaki, Executive Acting Secretary-General Hiroyuki Hosoda, and Election Strategy Committee Chairman Motegi.

17:50

Met with Kikkoman Honorary CEO and Chairman of the Board Yuzaburo Mogi, Itochu Corporation Chairman Eizo Kobayashi, et al.

18:28

Arrived at his official residence.

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