PM Kishida reaffirmed his commitment to Japan's ongoing medical assistance to Ghana, which was made possible through the legacy of Dr Hideyo Noguchi.
As Bank of Japan chief, Kazuo Ueda will be given the difficult task of maintaining monetary easing for the present while edging toward an "exit strategy."
Conservatives, the LDP’s bedrock of support, expect Kishida to tackle the difficult issues Abe was passionate about: the abductions and constitutional reform.
An exclusive interview with The Sankei Shimbun before the Japanese prime minister heads for the United Nations’ nuclear disarmament conference.
This support shows even in small gestures, like wearing blue ribbons — the symbol of hope for the return of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea...