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Press Conference by the Prime Minister on the indictment of Former Minister Yoshikawa (January 15) #PMinAction 

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and in making “green” and “digital” the next driving forces of growth, we will realize reforms with a sense of speed. We will do our very best as the Cabinet that works for the people. (2/2)

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After his telephone talks with IOC President Bach, PM Abe spoke to the press and explained that the two have agreed that the Tokyo Olympic Games would not be cancelled, and the games will be held by the summer of 2021.

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PM Abe: President Trump and I watched sumo, a traditional sport in Japan. It was the first time for a sitting U.S. president to attend a sumo tournament. @POTUS  handed wrestler Asanoyama a newly-created trophy, ?? President's Cup, as a great cheer rang through the stadium.

PM Abe: I heartily welcome Prime Minister of India as he visits ??. I lost no time taking him to the lakeside at Lake Yamanaka, where the autumn leaves are in their glory. After this, I will invite him to my summer house, where only the two of us will dine together.

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August 9 marks the 74th year since the atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki. The Nagasaki Peace Memorial Ceremony will take place today. A moment of silence for one minute will be observed at 11:02 A.M. in remembrance of the victims and to pray for world peace.

#COVID19 update: The experts on the novel #coronavirus  stress the need to avoid three overlapping conditions. The “Three Cs” are: closed spaces, crowded places and close-contact settings. (please follow the guidelines for the public use of this poster.)

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Upon starting his first trip abroad as PM to Vietnam and Indonesia, #PM_Suga  spoke to the press before departure.

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