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Prime minister’s schedule on May 28, 2018

  • May 29, 2018
  • , Nikkei , p. 4
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May 28, 2018

07:31

Left his private residence in Tokyo’s Tomigaya district.

07:43

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

07:49

Met with Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretaries Yasutoshi Nishimura and Kotaro Nogami.

08:00

Met with Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Nishimura.

08:20

Arrived at the National Diet.

08:26

Attended the Upper House Budget Committee meeting.

12:04

Arrived at the Kantei.

12:51

Arrived at the National Diet.

12:58

Attended the Lower House Budget Committee meeting.

16:46

Met with Minister in Charge of Economic Revitalization Toshimitsu Motegi, Cabinet Office Administrative Vice-Minister Takashi Kawachi, and Director-General for Economic Research Hiroaki Niihara.

17:03

Held an LDP Board Meeting.

17:22

Arrived at the Kantei.

17:23

Met with Association of Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Korea representative Shigeo Iizuka, Sakie Yokota, et al. Minister in Charge of the Abduction Issue Katsunobu Kato was present.

17:56

Received a written proposal from Chairperson Fumio Kishida and other members of the LDP Special Mission Committee on Fiscal Reconstruction.

18:12

Received a written proposal related to the “honebuto” [big-boned] economic policy guidelines from Chairperson Noritoshi Ishida and other members of the Komeito Policy Research Council.

18:25

Held a meeting of the Council on Economic and Fiscal Policy.

19:37

Arrived at the Imperial Palace. Signed the official register at the Imperial Palace to announce his return to Japan.

19:56

Arrived at the Palace Hotel Tokyo in Tokyo’s Marunouchi district. Dined with Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, Columbia University representatives, et al. in the Hagi Banquet Room.

21:11

Arrived at his official residence.

21:33

Had a teleconference with U.S. President Donald Trump.

22:17

Gave an interview to the press.

22:34

Arrived at his private residence.

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