British Prime Minister David Cameron will make a two-day visit to Japan in early April to discuss major bilateral and global issues with Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, Foreign Minister Koichiro Genba said Friday.
Cameron’s visit from April 10 will be his first to Japan since he took office in May 2010. Among issues the two leaders plan to discuss are North Korea and Iran, as well as efforts to launch a free trade-agreement between Japan and the European Union.
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