Press Conference by Foreign Minister Archives
July 2011

Press Conference by Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto

29 July

  1. LDP Lawmakers' Planned Tour to Utsuryo Island
  2. US-North Korea Consultations
  3. Revision of the Japan-US Status of Forces Agreement
  4. High-speed Train Accident in China

26 July

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Visit to Japan by H.E. Dr. Thongloun Sisoulith, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Lao People's Democratic Republic and Mrs. Naly Sisoulith
  2. Emergency Grant Aid in Response to Famine in the "Horn of Africa"
  3. High-speed Train Accident in China
  4. Situation in North Korea
  5. Collision Incident between Japan Coast Guard Patrol Vessels and a Chinese Fishing Trawler in Japanese Territorial Waters off the Senkaku Islands
  6. Situation in Myanmar
  7. Abduction Issue

15 July

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Second Supplementary Budget
  2. Foreign Minister's attendance at ASEAN-related Meetings
  3. Japan's Energy Policy

12 July

  1. Brazil's High-speed Railway Bidding
  2. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  3. Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
  4. Cabinet Support Rate and Diplomatic Presence
  5. Foreign Minister's attendance at ASEAN-related Meetings

8 July

  1. Independence of South Sudan
  2. Countermeasures Against Harmful Rumors
  3. Reported Critical Condition of former Chinese President Jiang Zemin
  4. South China Sea Issue
  5. Prime Minister Naoto Kan's Visit to China
  6. Japan's Nuclear Policy
  7. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  8. Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
  9. Maritime Security Policy
  10. Deployment of Osprey in Okinawa
  11. North Korean IOC Members' Visit to Japan

5 July

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Visit to Japan by Hon. Tim Groser, Minister of Trade of New Zealand
    • (2) State Recognition to the Republic of South Sudan
  2. Maritime Security
  3. U.S. Military Realignment Issue
  4. Japan-China Foreign Ministers' Meeting
  5. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  6. Multiple-entry Tourist Visas for Chinese nationals
  7. Information Disclosure (Omitted)

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