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Prime minister’s schedule on Oct. 29, 2018

  • October 30, 2018
  • , Sankei , p. 5
  • JMH Translation

October 29, 2018

09:26

Left his private residence in Tokyo’s Tomigaya district.

09:38

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

09:45

Left the Imperial Palace

09:55

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

10:05

Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasutoshi Nishimura entered the room.

12:06

Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Nishimura left the room.

13:36

Left the Kantei.

13:37

Arrived at the National Diet Building.

13:39–13:45

Was in the Lower House Speaker’s reception room.

13:46

Entered the Lower House chamber.

13:47

The Lower House plenary session started.

16:09

The Lower House plenary session ended.

16:10

Left the Lower House chamber.

16:11–16:15

Was in the Ministers’ Room at the Lower House.

16:16

Entered the LDP Secretary-General’s meeting room. Presented a certificate of endorsement to the [LDP] candidate expected to run in the Kumamoto City mayoral election.

16:19

Left the room.

16:20

Entered the LDP President’s room.

16:24–16:41

Held a meeting of the LDP Board.

16:42

Left the room.

16:43

Left the National Diet Building.

16:45

Arrived at the Kantei.

17:26–17:30

Met with Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso.

18:01

Welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Posed for commemorative photographs.

18:02–18:08

Received a salute and observed the guard of honor.

18:11–19:15

Held a summit with Prime Minister Modi.

19:18–19:21

Posed for commemorative photographs with the participants in the Japan-India Business Leaders Forum.

19:22–19:44

Attended a signing ceremony and exchange-of-documents ceremony with Prime Minister Modi. Delivered a joint press statement.

19:46

Left the Kantei.

19:47

Arrived at his official residence. Hosted a dinner party with his wife.

21:02

With his wife, Akie, saw off Prime Minister Modi.

 

 

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