G7 Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Karuizawa, Finance Ministers' Meeting in Niigata City Government
Next year, regarding the ministerial meeting accompanying the G7 Summit = seven major countries' summit scheduled in Hiroshima, the government will hold a foreign ministers' meeting in Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture, and a finance ministers and central bank governors' meeting in Niigata City. We are making adjustments in the direction of
Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture, will be the venue for next year's G7 Summit digital phase meeting
Interviews with related parties revealed that Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture, has been unofficially selected as the venue for the Digital Ministers' Meeting to be held in Japan next year at the G7 Summit = Summit of Seven Major Countries. It is expected to accelerate the efforts of Gunma Prefecture, which aims to become the most advanced "digital prefecture" in Japan.
Liberal Democratic Party conservative group ex-Prime Minister Abe to ``permanent adviser'' policy succession
A group of conservative lawmakers from the Liberal Democratic Party held a meeting and decided to make Mr. Abe a "permanent advisor" because it was necessary to inherit the policies such as the significant increase in defense spending advocated by former Prime Minister Abe. I was.
"State funeral" "Total amount including security costs should be clarified" Ritsumin Communist etc.
Regarding the "state funeral" of former Prime Minister Abe, the Constitutional Democratic Party and the Japanese Communist Party held hearings from the government, and from the members who attended, the total amount including the cost of security around the venue and the dispatch of police officers from all over the country. There was a series of opinions that it should be clarified.
Prime Minister Kishida reviews ``300,000 international students'' and instructs to formulate plans to further increase
Prime Minister Kishida instructed Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Nagaoka to fundamentally revise the government's goal of accepting 300,000 foreign students annually and formulate a new plan to further increase the number of foreign students.
Minister of Defense “Considering a considerable number of ballistic missiles around Japan, including counterattack capability”
With regard to the security environment surrounding Japan, Minister of Defense Hamada stated that the situation is severe, with a considerable number of ballistic missiles being deployed in the vicinity. I have given you an idea to consider.
Sightseeing boat sinks “I will do my best to deliver the bodies of the three people as soon as possible” Chief Cabinet Secretary
With regard to the bodies of three people found along the coast of Kunashiri Island in the Northern Territories in an accident in which a tourist boat sank off the coast of the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno has agreed with Russia to hand over the bodies as soon as possible. I showed the idea of doing my best.
``State funeral'' ``Prime minister himself explains in the Diet'' Ritsumin Azumi, chairman of the National Affairs Committee
Regarding former Prime Minister Abe's `` state funeral '', the chairman of the Constitutional Democratic Party's Diet Countermeasures Committee Azumi told the Liberal Democratic Party's chairman of the Diet Countermeasures Committee Takagi that Prime Minister Kishida should explain the reasons etc. at the Diet himself. .
TICAD ends Adoption of the Tunis Declaration Adoption of development finance that complies with international rules
The TICAD (Tokyo International Conference on African Development) held in Tunisia closed with the adoption of the "Tunis Declaration," which included the importance of sound development finance that complies with international rules, bearing in mind China's massive loans to Africa.
Decontamination work in Fukushima Start even in difficult-to-return areas that have not been implemented LDP proposal
The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has compiled a proposal to start decontamination work next fiscal year in parts of Okuma Town and Futaba Town, which have not been decontaminated in the "difficult-to-return zone" caused by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. rice field.
Prime Minister Kishida's idea of appointing a special envoy to establish democracy in the "Horn of Africa"
Prime Minister Kishida sent a video message to the TICAD (Tokyo International Conference on African Development) meeting, and appointed a special envoy to support efforts to establish democracy in the strategically important region known as the Horn of Africa. showed the idea to