The Japanese government has not heard of any changes in the schedule of Russian President Boris Yeltsin’s planned April 11-13 visit, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kanezo Muraoka said Thursday.

Muraoka was responding to a remark made Wednesday in Moscow by a Kremlin spokesman that Yeltsin’s visit could be rescheduled depending on Russia’s domestic political situation. “We are preparing the summit as scheduled,” Muraoka told a regular news conference.

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