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PM's Office of Japan 7h
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I too wish to once again extend my heartfelt feelings of respect and appreciation to them. I thank all of them sincerely.
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PM's Office of Japan 7h
PM Abe: Tomorrow, Blue Impulse of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force will fly over Tokyo, in an expression of respect and appreciation to our healthcare workers and all others who are making every possible effort to respond to the novel coronavirus disease.
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Press Conference by Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga (May 28) -PM
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PM's Office of Japan 11h
: CCS Suga explained that face-to-face cabinet meetings will be resumed as the state of emergency was lifted. He also responded to questions on the current situation of in Japan, G7 summit, and possible relaxing of border control.
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The Prime Minister attended a Policy Roundtable of the Government and Ruling Parties at the Prime Minister’s Office. (May 27)
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PM's Office of Japan May 27
: CCS Suga commented on the development of vaccine in Japan, current situation in Hong Kong, and the successful mission of Japan's HTV9 (Kounotori 9) for providing supplies to the International Space Station.
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PM's Office of Japan May 27
Press Conference by Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga (May 27) -AM
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MOFA of Japan May 26
Japan-EU Leaders Video Teleconference Meeting
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PM's Office of Japan May 26
Prime Minister Abe held a video conference with President Michel and President von der Leyen. The leaders agreed to enhance global cooperation on .
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PM's Office of Japan May 26
Press Conference by Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga (May 26) -PM
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PM's Office of Japan May 25
: CCS Suga responded to questions regarding approval process of Avigan to treat as well as the idea of creating a patent pool for COVID19 medicine and vaccine.
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PM's Office of Japan May 25
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PM Abe explained the phased approach to gradually resume social and economic activities so that the people will become accustomed to a new lifestyle under . PM also instructed Ministers to fully prepare for any natural disaster while suppressing the spread of the virus.
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PM's Office of Japan May 25
Prime Minister Abe attended the 36th meeting of the Novel Coronavirus Response Headquarters, and announced that the state of emergency would be lifted completely. PM expressed deep appreciation for the efforts made by the people and dedicated works of healthcare professionals.
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PM's Office of Japan May 25
Prime Minister Abe held a press conference and announced that the state of emergency would be lifted for the whole of Japan today. PM emphasized measures to recover the economy will be strengthened and asked the people to remain vigilant against as the virus will remain.
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PM's Office of Japan May 25
[Watch Live] Prime Minister Abe is speaking at the press conference regarding the .
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PM's Office of Japan May 25
The Prime Minister held the seventh planning meeting on a social security system oriented to all generations. (May 22)
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PM's Office of Japan May 25
: CCS Suga commented on the prospects for lifting the state of emergency for the whole of Japan including the governments' assessment of suppressing the spread of as well as the content of the second supplementary budget.
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PM's Office of Japan May 22
Press Conference by Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga (May 22) -PM
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PM's Office of Japan May 22
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Press Conference regarding the Partial Lifting of the State of Emergency and Other Matters (May 21)
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MOFA of Japan May 21
Telephone Talk between Prime Minister ABE Shinzo and United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres
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