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Suga plans to visit U.S. to discuss abduction issue

Nikkei wrote that Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga is making arrangements to visit the U.S. in May to raise awareness of the abduction issue in America and in the international community. According to the paper, Suga plans to attend a UN meeting in New York as Japan’s minister in charge of the abduction issue to provide a detailed explanation of the issue and meet with senior USG Officials in Washington to call for their cooperation toward its resolution. The paper wrote that it is very unusual for a chief cabinet secretary to travel overseas because one of the responsibilities of the position is to head crisis management at the Kantei.

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