Icelandic Prime Minister David Oddsson will make a seven-day visit to Japan from Monday to hold talks with Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, Foreign Ministry officials said Friday.
During his stay, Oddsson is also scheduled to attend an event Tuesday to establish a chamber of commerce of Iceland in Japan and a dinner on Wednesday hosted by Senior Vice Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi, they said.
Oddsson, who became prime minister in April 1991, will be making his third visit to Japan, according to the officials.
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