G20 opens in Osaka from June 27

  • G20 opens in Osaka from June 27 Prime Minister Abe “wants to deliver a strong message”
  • There will be summits with almost all countries participating in the summit, but there are no plans for summits between Japan and Korea
  • President Bun “is dependent on Japan” Japanese government official “do not talk even when we meet”



To meet with the leaders of participating countries

This time, the plenary session, as well as the one-on-one summit, question the ability of Prime Minister Abe.
Prime Minister Abe plans to hold one-on-one talks with the leaders of almost all countries and organizations coming to Japan at this summit.

G20 tomorrow (27th) Opening Prime Minister “I want to put out a strong message”

The G20, the 20-country and regional summit, which Japan will chair for the first time, will begin on June 27.

Prime Minister Abe arrived in Osaka on the morning of the 26th, when the G20 will take place. Before leaving Haneda Airport, Prime Minister Abe spoke of enthusiasm.

Prime Minister Abe: 
As a chairman, Japan would like to find out more in common and similar points than differences in opinion.
I want to issue a powerful message as G20.



Abe Prime Minister, prior to the plenary meeting, immediately 26 days night, meeting with Xi Jinping Jintao of China face to.

At the morning of the 28th, the Japan-US summit and the Japan-Russia summit held in the evening of the 29th are also attracting attention.

There are no plans for the Japan-Korea Summit Meeting

The US-China summit talks that the world pays attention …

On the other hand, the world is most interested in the US-China summit, which will be held on the morning of the 29th.
As trade friction intensifies, the focus will be on whether the two sides can come together.

Before leaving for Osaka, President Trump said, ” Now China is paying billions of dollars in tariffs, but that country has not paid 10 cents until I become president .”



On the other hand, in Hong Kong on the night of the 26th, a rally was held to urge the issue of amendments to the ordinance, which will enable the transfer of suspects to the mainland of China, at the G20 Summit.
Some of the participants again sieged the police headquarters and continued protests, and one was arrested at dawn.

The U.S. government is taking up the issue with the G20, but the Chinese government is against domestic affairs, and is strongly opposed to disapproving the argument.

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