Abe seeks drastic work style reform


The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, noting that North Korea poses a “serious and imminent threat” has announced that Japan will not bend to any provocative action by North Korea and will do everything in order to push Korea towards a change of policy. Referring to the planned review of Japan’s defense program guidelines by the end of the year, the prime minister said his government will consolidate its defense capabilities. Abe has expressed a desire to further consolidate the bilateral relationship with China, and to achieve this goal he aims to establish a trilateral summit between Japan, China and South Korea as soon as possible and to receive the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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