Prime Minister Abe Shinzo talked with United States Senator John McCain at the Prime Minister's Office. PM Abe expressed his high appreciation for the leadership of the U.S. Congress in maintaining maritime security for the Asia Pacific region and engaged in a frank exchange of views with Senator McCain on issues including relations with China, North Korea and Republic of Korea. (Source: MOFA) | Discuss Japan-Japan Foreign Policy Forum
Discuss Japan > Timelines > Prime Minister Abe Shinzo talked with United States Senator John McCain at the Prime Minister’s Office. PM Abe expressed his high appreciation for the leadership of the U.S. Congress in maintaining maritime security for the Asia Pacific region and engaged in a frank exchange of views with Senator McCain on issues including relations with China, North Korea and Republic of Korea. (Source: MOFA)
Timelines  Aug. 21, 2013

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo talked with United States Senator John McCain at the Prime Minister’s Office. PM Abe expressed his high appreciation for the leadership of the U.S. Congress in maintaining maritime security for the Asia Pacific region and engaged in a frank exchange of views with Senator McCain on issues including relations with China, North Korea and Republic of Korea. (Source: MOFA)

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo talked with United States Senator John McCain at the Prime Minister’s Office. PM Abe expressed his high appreciation for the leadership of the U.S. Congress in maintaining maritime security for the Asia Pacific region and engaged in a frank exchange of views with Senator McCain on issues including relations with China, North Korea and Republic of Korea.
(Source: MOFA)