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Prime minister’s schedule on March 2, 2022

  • March 3, 2022
  • , Sankei , p. 5
  • JMH Translation

March 2, 2022  

06:03 – 07:19  

Met with Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Isozaki Yoshihiko.   

07:20  

Left the Prime Minister’s Official Residence [Kotei] on foot.     

07:21  

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

07:25 – 08:28  

Met with Isozaki.   

08:46  

Left the Kantei.   

08:48  

Arrived at the National Diet Building.     

08:50  

Entered Upper House Committee Room No. 1.        

08:51 – 08:52  

Met with Minister of Finance Suzuki Shunichi.   

08:55  

The Upper House Budget Committee meeting commenced.       

11:54  

The Upper House Budget Committee meeting entered recess.     

11:55  

Left the room.   

11:57  

Left the National Diet Building.    

11:59  

Arrived at the Kantei.   

12:51  

Left the Kantei.   

12:52  

Arrived at the National Diet Building.  

12:54  

Entered Upper House Committee Room No. 1.  

13:00  

The Upper House Budget Committee meeting resumed.     

17:15  

The Upper House Budget Committee meeting adjourned.     

17:16  

Left the room.   

17:18  

Left the National Diet Building.  

17:20  

Arrived at the Kantei.  

17:21 – 17:39  

Met with Chancellor of University of Hyogo Iokibe Makoto.   

18:22 – 18:54  

Had a teleconference with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.   

18:57 – 19:07  

Met with National Security Secretariat Secretary-General Akiba Takeo; Vice-Minister of Finance for International Affairs Kanda Masato; Senior Deputy Ministers for Foreign Affairs Yamada Shigeo and Suzuki Hiroshi; European Affairs Bureau Director-General Uyama Hideki; and Commissioner of the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy Hosaka Shin.   

19:22 – 19:45  

Had a teleconference with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.   

20:06 – 20:11  

Gave an interview to the press.   

20:12  

Left the Kantei on foot.   

20:13  

Arrived at the Kotei.   

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