Press Conference by Foreign Minister Archives
November 2011

Press Conference by Foreign Minister Koichiro Gemba

30 November

  1. Issue of Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
  2. Nuclear Cooperation
  3. Attack on British Embassy in Iran

29 November

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Ministerial Committee on Global Warming Issue
    • (2) Visit to Japan of H.E. Mr. Hailemariam Desalegn, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
  2. Nuclear Agreements
  3. Visit to Myanmar by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  4. Issue of Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
  5. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)

25 November

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) East Asia Summit (EAS) Chairman's Statement
    • (2) Japan-Indonesia Bilateral Cooperation on Climate Change
    • (3) Preparations by U.S. Government to Notify Public about Consultations with Japan on Participating in TPP Talks
  2. Agreement on New Framework in the Status of Forces Agreement to Exercise Jurisdiction over Civilian Employees of U.S. Military
  3. EAS Chairman's Statement
  4. Visit to Okinawa
  5. Issue of Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
  6. Transfer of the Royal Protocols of the Joseon Dynasty

22 November

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Minister Gemba's Visit to China
    • (2) Adoption by U.N. General Assembly Third Committee of Resolution on Human Rights Situation in Democratic People's Republic of Korea
    • (3) Opening of Policy Discussions on Economic Cooperation with Myanmar
  2. Revision of the Status of Forces Agreement
  3. Situation in Myanmar
  4. Issue of Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
  5. ASEAN + 3

18 November

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Efforts to Strengthen ASEAN Connectivity
    • (2) Proposal for East Asia Low Carbon Growth Partnership
    • (3) Visit to Japan by H. E. Mr. Edmond HAXHINASTO, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Albania
  2. Japan-China Relations
  3. Rotational Deployment of U.S. Forces to Australia and Expansion of Training
  4. Visit to Japan by their Majesty the King and the Queen of Bhutan
  5. Abduction Issues
  6. ASEAN Summit Meeting
  7. Visit to Okinawa of Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Taketoshi and Other Officials
  8. East Asia Summit Meeting

16 November

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Report on Official Trip (APEC Ministerial Meeting)
    • (2) U.S. Forces' Rotating Deployment and Expansion of Training in Australia
  2. TPP

9 November

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Attendance at APEC Ministerial Meeting
    • (2) Visit to Japan by H.E. Mr. Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, President of the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly
    • (3) Response to World Cup Match between Japan and North Korea
  2. Japan-China Relations
  3. TPP
  4. Nuclear Exports
  5. Measures Related to World Cup Match between Japan and North Korea
  6. Other (Hidden Losses by Japanese Company)

8 November

  1. TPP
  2. Seizure of Chinese Fishing Boat

4 November

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Visit to Japan by His Excellency Mr. Hamadi Ould Baba Ould HAMADI, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania
    • (2) Visa Fee Exemption for Foreigners Visiting Three Disaster-stricken Prefectures
    • (3) Revision of Basic Policy on Minister's Press Conferences
  2. Noda Cabinet's Nuclear Policy
  3. Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
  4. Visit to North Korea by Seishiro Eto, Vice Speaker of Japan's House of Representatives
  5. Domestic Political Situation
  6. TPP

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