Published On: Sat, Feb 11th, 2017

Japanese PM visits US; US-Japan trade, defence ties to be strengthened






While speaking to the media personals in a joint media conference, US President Donald Trump and his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, publically agree to a fact that the US-Japan bilateral relation is very important to both nations. Meeting the concerns of Japan that as soon as the new supremo takes charge of the United States the US government may retreat from the strategic positions in the South China Sea region where China has been trying to establish their control, the newly inducted US supremo assures that the country is committed to the security of Japan. Earlier, the Republican leader raised serious concerns of the US’s trade deficit with Japan, questioning the Japanese automobile maker conglomerate’s effort to construct a factory in Mexico instead of establishing it inside the US territory. But, when the automaker conglomerate retorted that it cannot afford the high wage standard of the US, the Japanese official representative took a rather liberal comment to retort the provocative statement: “there are any countries to which the US have trade deficit with and most of them do not even create a job opportunity in the US but on the other hand Japan gives jobs to over tens of thousands of US population. Anyway, the Japanese supremo confirms that these are areas which need serious discussions and deliberations. It is learned that more serious discussions over sensitive issues like Tran-Atlantic Trade deal are likely to happen this weekend. Abe is the second major world leader who visits the US after the sensational visit of the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May. It is said that leaders of Japan and the US will spend their weekend in Mar-a-Lago Club located in Florida. Interestingly, both of them are planning to play golf in this weekend. It is said that Abe’s wife also accompanies him in his trip to the US.


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Japanese PM visits US; US-Japan trade, defence ties to be strengthened