Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to reporters in front of the new government Boeing 777-300ER at Haneda airport in Tokyo on Monday. Photo: KYODO
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Abe leaves for Europe, North America with G-20, China in mind

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Note books? Looks like North Korea....oh same families in charge for 70 years. Same I guess

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Basically bankrupting our country with further debts in a show of force of egos

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Setting a good example by working during Golden Week! Bet he‘s on double time too!

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As always, PM Abe working hard to advance the interests of Japan and the Japanese nation. Have a good trip Mr. PM have a good trip, I suggest you use a 5 iron on the back 9 when you play golf with Trump.

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He got a new plane but still has the other two? Most Japanese don’t know he has two jumbo jet whenever he leaves japan.

is abe really the chair of G20? Do these G20 countries know LDP and abe have consistently destroyed the economy of the second richest nation for 22 years.oh gosh, we are now third....

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What exactly has funding the reconstruction of Notre Dame to do with Abe?

More tax payer money going down the drain!

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"He got a new plane but still has the other two? "

No, the 747s are being phased out on one for one basis. The other jet is used as a back up. It is common among leaders to one to two planes. One plane is used to carry support people and the other is used by the leader himself.

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"What exactly has funding the reconstruction of Notre Dame to do with Abe?"

PM Abe wants to help the people of France in their time of need. It is nice gesture to the people of France by PM Abe.

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Abe is expected to push Japan's own initiative, highlighting its aim of helping other nations build "high-quality" infrastructure that supports economic growth and ensures fiscal sustainability.

Just so long as they are Japanese trains, Japanese vechicles, Japanese banks, Japanese loans etc. etc. etc.

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Just please don't invite Trump to Japan to meet the new emperor!!!

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Have a safe trip, Mr. Abe. Please bring us some good trade deals with other countries!

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Just please don't invite Trump to Japan to meet the new emperor!!!

Why?

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