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Prime minister’s schedule on July 28, 2016

  • July 29, 2016
  • , Nikkei , p. 4
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July 28, 2016


Arrived at the Prime Minister’s Residence [Kantei].


Met with Administrative vice-Minister of Defense Tetsuro Kuroe, Maritime Self- Defense Force Chief of Staff Tomohisa Takei, Commissioner of Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency Hideaki Watanabe, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs Director-General of Asia and Oceanian Affairs Kenji Kanasugi. Afterward, recorded a video message for the Japanese delegation participating in the Paralympic Games at Rio de Janeiro. Then met with former Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Koji Omi.


Met with Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Yasuhisa Shiozaki.


Recorded an overseas public relations video.


Met with Jiji Press President Masao Omuro et al.


Met with junior high school students who participated in youth exchange program in the Northern Territories, et al.


Met with Secretary General of National Security Secretariat Shotaro Yachi, Director of Cabinet Intelligence Shigeru Kitamura, Director-General of the Bureau of Defense Policy of the Ministry of Defense Satoshi Maeda, and Deputy Director-General of Foreign Policy Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Toshiro Iijima.


Met with Special Adviser to the Prime Minister Masahiko Shibayama and Upper House member Masako Mori. Special Adviser Shibayama stayed behind. Afterward, held a cabinet meeting to discuss how to deal with the knife attack that occurred at a home for the disabled.


Met with The Mainichi Newspapers Co. Chairman Yutaka Asahina and President Masahiro Maruyama. After that, met with Deputy Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Finance Shinichi Sato and Director-general of Budget Bureau Junichi Fukuda. Then met with Secretary General Yachi, Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Shinsuke Sugiyama, and Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Takeo Akiba.


Met with Election Strategy Committee Chairman Toshimitsu Mogi. Afterward, met with former U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Richard Myers and Michael Mullen et al.


Dined with Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Sadayuki Sakakibara, Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) Chairman Akio Mimura, and Keizai Doyukai Chairman Yoshimitsu Kobayashi et al. at Senbazuru, a Japanese restaurant in the Hotel New Otani.


Arrived at his private residence in Tomigaya.


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