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CABINET INTERVIEW 2018

Japan Times
JAPAN / CABINET INTERVIEW 2018
Oct 26, 2018
Tasked with bringing North Korea abduction issue to a close, Suga vows to do all in his power
As the government's new point man on the abduction of Japanese citizens by North Korean agents, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said he will do all in his power to bring the issue to a close and secure the safe return of all who were kidnapped.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics / CABINET INTERVIEW 2018
Oct 25, 2018
Okinawa minister says the government needs better messaging on Futenma transfer to assuage local concerns
The newly installed minister of state for Okinawa affairs says the prefecture's residents deserve a full breakdown of the government's rationale for relocating a contentious U.S. military base from the crowded city of Ginowan to the coastal district of Henoko in Nago.
Japan Times
JAPAN / CABINET INTERVIEW 2018
Oct 18, 2018
Japan's new reconstruction minister trumpets safety of Tohoku region and pushes plans for 2020 Tokyo Games
New Reconstruction Minister Hiromichi Watanabe wants the world to know that, seven years after the March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, Fukushima Prefecture and other disaster-struck areas of the Tohoku region are now safe.
Japan Times
JAPAN / CABINET INTERVIEW 2018
Oct 13, 2018
'Management and coexistence': Japan's justice minister calls for balance in dealing with foreign nationals
Ten days into his new job, Justice Minister Takashi Yamashita said one of his major goals is to strike a balance between management and coexistence when it comes to foreign nationals in Japan.

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