JapanForeign Minister Yoko Kamikawa departed Japan’s Haneda Airport for the United States this morning to attend the United Nations General Assembly. She will meet the US Secretary of State on the morning of the 19th, Japan time.blinken(Antony Blinken) talks.
The Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) and Kyodo News reported that the two would hold physical talks for the first time and reaffirm cooperation based on the Japan-US alliance.
Kamikawa will visit New York in the United States from the 18th to the 22nd. He plans to talk with Blinken on the morning of the 19th, Japan time, and attend meetings with seven major industrialized countries.G7) Meeting of Foreign Ministers.
Japan itself holds the rotating presidency of the seven major industrialized nations (G7) and is expected to exchange views on issues such as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and China’s movements at the meeting of member countries’ foreign ministers.
In addition, Kamikawa also plans to hold talks with British Foreign Secretary James Cleverley, French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonnade and others during his visit to the United States, as well as International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Administrator Rafael Grossi. Have also met.
In addition, Kamikawa will also hold four-nation talks with Germany, Brazil and India.
Kamikawa said on the 14th that “We will showcase Japan’s presence on the big stage of the United Nations and hope to establish trusting relationships with other countries.”