Abe leaves for Bali to attend APEC summit


Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday headed to Bali in Indonesia to take part in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC summit) on Monday and Tuesday.

Government officials said Abe will have a brief meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the summit on Monday afternoon, Sankei Shimbun reported.

After the APEC summit, Abe will then move onto Brunei for the two-day summit of ASEAN leaders, and return home on Thursday night.

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Since Obama will not be there, it is his chance to dominate!

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He must have fixed Japan. Gee, quick work. Now he can offer assistance to other countries.

Very kind indeed.

Velly nobel.

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Aah, the nuke salesman is on the road again. Buy our nukes, don't worry about the consequences, we've got everything under control and have the Olympics to prove it...

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Well if the world is ever going to move to a low emissions future.... maybe the rest of the world needs to pull the finger out and buy from this salesman

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