Press Conference by Foreign Minister Archives
May 2011

Press Conference by Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto

31 May

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Signing of the Agreement between Japan and the Republic of Peru for an Economic Partnership
    • (2) Opening of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Official Face Book and Twitter Accounts
  2. Q&A: To be posted shortly

27 May

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Visit to Japan by H.E. Mr. Truong Tan Sang, Permanent Member of the Secretariat of the Communist Party of the Vietnam Central Committee
  2. Q&A: To be posted shortly

24 May

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Visit to Japan by the Hon. Murray McCully, Minister of Foreign Affairs of New Zealand
    • (2) Visit to Okinawa by Minister for Foreign Affairs Matsumoto
  2. Visit to Northern Territories Planned by South Korean National Assembly Members
  3. Northern Territories Issue
  4. New Nuclear Performance Test Conducted by the United States
  5. Visit to Okinawa
  6. Review of 1956 Japan-US Joint Committee Agreement
  7. Japan-US Status of Forces Agreement
  8. Killing of Osama bin Laden
  9. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)

20 May

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Japan-China-ROK Trilateral Summit Meeting
    • (2) US President Obama's Speech on Situations of Middle East and North Africa
    • (3) Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction
  2. Visit to Northern Territories Planned by South Korean National Assembly Members
  3. Realignment of US Forces in Japan
  4. Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction
  5. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  6. Japan-China-ROK Trilateral Summit Meeting
  7. Response to Measures Related to Imports and Exports Taken by Countries and Regions after Nuclear Accident
  8. Parachute Descent Training of US Forces in Japan
  9. Cooperation with Foreign Countries in Nuclear Power

17 May

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Cabinet Decision on Policy Promotion Guidelines
  2. Japan-China-ROK Trilateral Summit Meeting
  3. MOFA Reform (Omitted)
  4. Realignment of US Forces in Japan
  5. Killing of Osama bin Laden
  6. Japan-EU EPA

10 May

  1. Situation in North Korea
  2. Japan-US Relations
  3. Disclosure of Information related to Nuclear Power Plants
  4. Hague Convention
  5. Japan-US Status of Forces Agreement

6 May

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Report on Official Trip
  2. Alleged U.S. Diplomatic Documents Released by WikiLeaks
  3. Japan-U.S. Relations

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