Poroshenko arrived in Japan for official visit
President will hold meetings with Japanese authorities and business leaders
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko arrived in Japan for his official visit, which is going to last from April 5 till April 7, informed press center of the Administration of the President of Ukraine.
“The agenda of the visit includes meetings with Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, speakers of both houses of the parliament of Japan, other Japanese officials and business leaders”, - it is said in the report.
In the meetings, the officials will focus on bilateral cooperation, as well as international issues within the framework of Japanese leadership in G7.
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