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Prime minister’s schedule on Feb. 16, 2018

  • February 17, 2018
  • , Nikkei , p. 4
  • JMH Translation

Feb. 16, 2018

07:41

Left his private residence in Tomigaya, Tokyo.

07:54

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

08:07

Attended a National Security Council meeting with nine ministers.

08:17

Attended a meeting to discuss countermeasures for the aging society.

08:29

Held a cabinet meeting.

10:20

Met with Secretary-General of the Headquarters for the Abduction Issue Shoichiro Ishikawa.

10:56

Met with Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ken Saito.

11:38

Recorded a video message for the “Fair Argument Grand Prix” award ceremony.

11:50

Gift presentation of “Crown Melon” by Shizuoka Prefecture Greenhouse Production Agricultural Cooperative. Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasutoshi Nishimura joined the meeting.

12:06

Arrived at the Prime Minister’s official residence. Had lunch with the LDP’s Lower House and Upper House members elected from Osaka Prefecture.

13:06

Arrived at the Kantei.

13:56

Met with Governor Tsugumasa Muraoka, Prefectural Assembly Chair Shungaku Yanai and House of Representatives member Nobuo Kishi from Yamaguchi Prefecture.

16:09

Met with Assistant Chief Cabinet Secretary Nobukatsu Kanehara, MOFA Vice Minister Takeo Akiba and Director-General for Middle Eastern and African Affairs Hiroshi Oka.

16:55

Met with MOD Director-General for Defense Policy Satoshi Maeda and Joint Chief Staff Katsutoshi Kawano.

17:24

Met with former US Director for National Intelligence Dennis Blair.

18:17

Arrived at the Imperial Hotel in Uchisaiwai-cho, Tokyo.  Attended and made a speech at a reception to celebrate Japan Medical Association President Yoshitake Yokokura’s appointment as the World Medical Association’s new president, in the hotel’s “Fuji” banquet room. 

18:55

Arrived at the Prime Minister’s official residence.  Stayed overnight at his official residence.

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