Pm Abe Meets Saudi King Salman

PM Abe meets Saudi King Salman

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has told Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz that Japan will make every diplomatic effort it can to stabilize the situation in the Middle East.

Abe also explained that Japan's dispatch of Self-Defense Force aircraft and a destroyer to the region is designed to gather information to ensure the safety of ships with ties to Japan.

Abe Meets Saudi Fm, Discusses Middle East Tensions

Abe meets Saudi FM, discusses Middle East tensions

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has begun his Middle East tour with a meeting with Saudi Arabia's foreign minister.

Abe met Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud at a state guesthouse in Riyadh on Sunday after arriving in the Saudi capital the previous day.

Abe Heads For 3 Middle East Nations

Abe heads for 3 Middle East nations

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has left Japan on a 3-nation Middle East tour amid growing tensions in the gulf region.

Abe said "Based on the friendly relations Japan has built with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Oman, I will call on the leaders to seek stability in the region through talks and rational measures."

Abe: Restraint Needed To Ease Us-iran Tensions

Abe: Restraint needed to ease US-Iran tensions

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he will make further diplomatic efforts to help ease the tensions between the United States and Iran.

Abe told reporters on Thursday morning that Japan has strongly urged all the parties concerned to exercise restraint, and that his country values diplomacy based on self-control.

Abe Honors Doctor Killed In Afghanistan

Abe honors doctor killed in Afghanistan

Japanese medical doctor and aid worker Tetsu Nakamura has been posthumously honored for his humanitarian work in Afghanistan.

On Friday, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe handed a letter of appreciation to Nakamura's family for his contributions to Afghanistan's development.

Abe Speaks At News Conference After Summits

Abe speaks at news conference after summits

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has wrapped up a series of high-level talks with China and South Korea. He vowed to continue working with the two countries to tackle some of the big issues facing the region.

After a trilateral summit, Abe spoke one-on-one with the South Korean president. Ties between Tokyo and Seoul have been tense over trade and wartime labor issues.

Pm Abe Holds News Conference After Summits

PM Abe holds news conference after summits

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held a news conference in Sichuan, China, after attending a trilateral summit with China and South Korea.

He talked about his one-on-one meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Bilateral ties have been tense over a wartime labor issue.

Abe Meets With Xi In Beijing

Abe meets with Xi in Beijing

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Monday evening.

At the start of the talks, Abe said he highly appreciates the ongoing high-level mutual visits between the two countries.

Abe Leaves For Japan-china-s.korea Summit

Abe leaves for Japan-China-S.Korea summit

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is on his way to China on Monday, to attend a three-way summit with Chinese and South Korean leaders.

Abe is scheduled to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping after his arrival in Beijing. The two leaders are expected to discuss future Japan-China relations and Xi's visit to Japan as a state guest next spring.

Abe In Beijing For Summit With China, S.korea

Abe in Beijing for summit with China, S.Korea

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has arrived in China to attend a three-way summit with his Chinese and South Korean counterparts.

Abe is scheduled to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday. The two leaders are expected to discuss future Japan-China relations and Xi's state visit to Japan next spring.

Abe To Leave For Japan-china-s.korea Summit

Abe to leave for Japan-China-S.Korea summit

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will leave for China on Monday, to attend a three-way summit with Chinese and South Korean leaders.

Abe is scheduled to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping after his arrival in Beijing. The two leaders are expected to discuss future Japan-China relations and Xi's visit to Japan as a state guest next spring.

Abe Offers Johnson New Economic Partnership

Abe offers Johnson new economic partnership

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has promised British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to work to build a new economic partnership between the two countries after Britain leaves the EU.

In an approximately 20-minute telephone conversation on Saturday, Abe congratulated Johnson for his ruling Conservative Party's landslide victory in the general election earlier this month.