Japan’s PM will go to Egypt and other nations starting on Saturday


Tokyo – Fumio Kishida, the prime minister of Japan, will travel abroad from April 29 to May 5 to pay visits to Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, and Singapore.

Kishida will meet with the leaders of these nations during his tour to discuss a variety of issues, including regional and global challenges, Ukraine, and bilateral relations.

On April 30, Kishida will meet with other dignitaries in Egypt and attend a conference in Cairo. The following day, he will fly to the Ghanaian city of Accra before continuing on to Nairobi, Kenya. After a summit conference in Maputo, Mozambique, on May 3, he will arrive there and depart for Singapore on May 4.

As Japan gets ready to host the G7 Hiroshima Summit from May 19 to 21, the Foreign Ministry claims that Kishida will demonstrate Japan’s commitment to upholding and strengthening the international rule of law. Kishida also seeks to secure continued collaboration on key international issues with the nations he will visit.

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