Press Conference by Foreign Minister Archives
June 2011

Press Conference by Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto

28 June

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Foreign Minister Matsumoto’s Attendance at the Mercosur Summit Meeting and Visit to Brazil
    • (2) Exchanges of Diplomatic Notes Concerning the Entry into Force of the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between Japan and the Republic of India
    • (3) Meeting of Officials in Charge of Reconstruction and Economic Diplomacy (Asia-Pacific)
  2. Japan-U.S. Security Consultative Committee (2+2 Meeting)
  3. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  4. Ministers' Overseas Official Trips
  5. Summit-level Diplomacy

24 June

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Acceptance of Medical Assistance Team from the Philippines
    • (2) APEC Workshop on Private Sector Emergency Preparedness in Sendai
  2. Korean Air's Demonstration Flight over Takeshima
  3. Japan-U.S. Security Consultative Committee (2+2)
  4. Japan's Energy Policy
  5. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  6. Movements of Chinese Marine Research Vessel ''Nanfeng''

17 June

  1. Japan-U.S. Security Consultative Committee (2+2 Meeting)
  2. Dispatch of Chinese Research Vessel to West Pacific Ocean
  3. Libyan Situation
  4. Maritime Security Policy

14 June

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Visit to Japan by Hon. Henry Puna, Prime Minister of the Cook Islands
  2. Japan-North Korea Relations
  3. Deployment of Osprey aircraft in Okinawa
  4. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)

10 June

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Visit to Japan by H.E. Dr. H. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of the Republic of Indonesia, and Mrs. Yudhoyono
  2. Movements of Chinese Navy Fleet
  3. Japan-ROK Agreement on Korean Archives
  4. Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
  5. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  6. Osprey Deployment in Okinawa

3 June

  1. Opening Remarks
    • (1) Holding a Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Follow-up Meeting
    • (2) Minister Matsumoto's Attendance at the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) of Foreign Ministers
    • (3) ASEAN Youth Caravan of Goodwill
  2. Domestic Political Situation (Omitted)
  3. Second Supplementary Budget
  4. Japan-U.S. Relations
  5. U.S. Military Realignment
  6. Mechanism of Marine Crisis Management between Japan and China

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