Prime Minister Kishida "Additional Sanctions Against Russia Next Year's G7 Summit May Held in Hiroshima"
Prime Minister Kishida agreed at a press conference at the closing of the G7 summit in Germany to take further sanctions against Russia over the situation in Ukraine, and decided to cooperate with rising energy and food prices. I emphasized that I shared. He also announced his intention to hold next year's G7 Summit in Hiroshima from May 19th to 21st.
Self-Defense Forces British Army Joint Training "Reciprocal Access Agreement" Early Signing Japan-UK Leaders
Prime Minister Kishida will meet with British Prime Minister Johnson at the G7 Summit and proceed with work toward the early signing of the "Japan-UK Facilitation Agreement," which stipulates measures such as when the Self-Defense Forces and the British Army conduct joint training. We agreed by going. He also thanked the British government for its decision to abolish the import restrictions on foods produced in Fukushima Prefecture, which had been continued after the nuclear accident, from the 29th.
G7 Summit will be held in Hiroshima from May 19th to 21st next year
Prime Minister Kishida announced at the G7 Summit = G7 Summit that the summit in Hiroshima next year will be held from May 19th to 21st.
G7 Prime Minister Kishida points out the importance of calling for cooperation with African countries
At the final meeting on the theme of multilateralism, Prime Minister Kishida, who attended the G7 Summit, pointed out the importance of calling for cooperation from African countries that take an intermediate position over the situation in Ukraine. He also announced that he would hold the G7 Summit in the atomic bombed area of Hiroshima next year, and emphasized that he would like to show the G7's intention to categorically reject the threat of nuclear weapons.
House of Councilors Election Candidate Questionnaire About Economic Policy such as Consumption Tax Rate
An NHK survey of candidates for the Upper House election clearly showed a difference in thinking between the ruling party and the opposition regarding the need for a temporary reduction in the consumption tax rate.
Resignation issued by the Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications to five NHK management committee members Appointed on the 20th of this month
On the 28th, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Kaneko issued a resignation to the five NHK management committee members appointed on the 20th of this month.
Tokyo Electric Power Company Shareholders' Meeting Tokyo, a shareholder “Responsible for the stable supply of electric power”
As the electric power supply and demand tight warning continued, at the general meeting of shareholders of TEPCO, Tokyo, a shareholder, requested that the company take responsibility for the stable supply of electric power.
Afghanistan Earthquake Toward Emergency Grant-in-Aid for $ 3 Million Government
Following an earthquake that killed more than 1,000 people in eastern Afghanistan, the government has announced that it will implement a $ 3 million emergency grant-in-aid for humanitarian assistance in areas such as health care.
Received loss of USB memory "Thorough information security measures" Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications
Following the problem that the USB memory containing the personal information of all citizens of Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture was temporarily lost, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Kaneko expressed his intention to request local governments to reinforce information security measures.
Foreign Minister Hayashi attends the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Marcos of the Philippines
Foreign Minister Hayashi announced that he will visit the site from the 29th to attend the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Marcos of the Philippines on the 30th as a special envoy of Prime Minister Kishida.
To inform people when it is not necessary to wear a mask outdoors "Caution for heat stroke" Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare
The Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Goto rarely talks about wearing masks outdoors when he / she can keep a distance from the people around him or even if he / she cannot keep a distance. In some cases, he emphasized that he did not need to wear it and called attention to heat stroke.
"Points to save electricity" To start the system by the middle of August Mr. Hagiuda, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hagiuda has announced that in order to promote power saving, preparations will be made to start the system by the end of August over a new support system that gives households etc. points that can be widely used. ..
"Default" for Russian government bonds "Investor losses are limited" Treasury Minister
Last month, Finance Minister Suzuki said, "The trend of Russian government bonds has a direct impact on Japanese investors," said Finance Minister Suzuki, who reported that foreign media had defaulted on Russian foreign currency-denominated government bonds that had reached the deadline for interest payments. The loss is limited. "
Prime Minister Kishida G7 Summit To the final meeting on themes such as multilateralism
Prime Minister Kishida, who is attending the G7 Summit, will attend the final meeting on the theme of multilateralism and discuss how to cooperate with countries that take an intermediate position in the situation in Ukraine. Then, on the night of the 28th of Japan time, we will hold a press conference to explain the results of the summit meeting.
G7 Food Crisis Talks "Responsibility to Russia" Statement of Condemnation
On the 27th, the G7 Summit in Germany, the Group of Seven Summit, discussed how to respond to the food crisis, which raises global concerns due to Russia's military invasion of Ukraine. The statement also accused Russia of being responsible for the food crisis and said it would impose sanctions on those involved in grain looting in Ukraine.
G7 Prime Minister Kishida “Expanding Renewable Energy” with Russia in mind
Prime Minister Kishida, who is attending the G7 Summit, said at a meeting on the theme of climate change and energy issues, with Russia in mind, expanding renewable energy to reduce the dependence of energy on specific countries. I complained that it was important.
Prime Minister announces contribution of 200 million dollars over food crisis pointed out as the cause of Russian military invasion
Prime Minister Kishida, who is attending the G7 summit, pointed out that Russia's military invasion over the global food crisis was the cause, and about $ 200 million to support Ukraine as well as Middle Eastern and African countries. Announced a contribution of 27 billion yen in Japanese yen.