Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has sounded out U.S. President Joe Biden about visiting Japan in late April, government sources said Friday.
The proposal was made when Kishida had a brief conversation with Biden on Thursday in Brussels, where a summit of the Group of Seven industrialized nations and an emergency meeting of NATO were held, the sources said.
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