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Prime minister’s schedule on Dec. 10, 2018

  • December 11, 2018
  • , Sankei , p. 5
  • JMH Translation

Dec. 10, 2018

09:40

Left his private residence in Tokyo’s Tomigaya district.

09:52

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

10:59-11:04

Met with MOD Administrative Vice Minister of Defense Kenichi Takahashi.

11:10-11:25

Met with former State Minister of Cabinet Office Jiro Akama and Cabinet Office Director General for Policy Coordination Yasuki Kaibori. Special Advisor to the Prime Minister Kentaro Sonoura was also present.

12:51

Left the Kantei.

12:56

Arrived at the Hotel New Otani in Tokyo’s Kioicho district. Attended a national convention of the all-Japan private kindergarten PTA federation and delivered a speech in the “Fuyo no Ma” banquet hall.

13:05

Left the hotel.

13:11

Arrived at the Kantei.

14:48-15:11

Met with Special Advisor for Foreign Affairs to the LDP President Katsuyuki Kawai.

15:57-16:12

Met with MOD Administrative Vice Minister of Defense Takahashi and MOD Bureau of Defense Policy Director General Akihiro Tsuchimichi.

16:13-16:29

Met with Economic Revitalization Minister Toshimitsu Motegi, Cabinet Office Vice Minister Takashi Kawachi, Vice Minister for Policy Coordination Akihiro Nakamura, and Directors General for Economic and Fiscal Management Akihiro Tada and Hiroshi Tawa.

16:38-16:43

Met with Minister in charge of Building National Resilience Junzo Yamamoto and MOF Budget Bureau Director General Mitsuru Ota. Special Advisor to the Prime Minister Hiroto Izumi was also present.

17:12-17:50

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

18:00-18:20

Held a press conference.

18:22

Left the Kantei.

18:28

Arrived at the Hotel New Otani. Attended a party celebrating Tatsunori Hara’s induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame and delivered a speech in the “Tsuru no Ma” banquet hall.

19:04

Left the hotel.

19:08

Arrived at the Prime Minister’s official residence.

 

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