G20 Seoul summit - Japanese Prime minister Naoto Kan

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    Newly appointed Japanese Prime Minister, Naoto Kan just took his office in June 2010.
    Joined the cabinet in 1996 as a minister of health, labor and welfare, his efforts instilled sensational impression to Japanse people when he squarely opposed against the bureaucrats regarding the tragic case in which dozens of hemophilia patients were dead due to the governments sanction on HIV infected blood.

    Although not much major political achievements were made as a newcomer, Prime Minister Kan's courageous character and potential have been rated the best. Furthermore, in 2002, Japan successfully co-hosted the World Cup with Korea, and fully showed its status as one of the world's biggest economies, Hence, expectations are running high for what harmony will be made between Japan and Korea.

    Essentially, collaboration of Japan and Korea in the global community is a must for the development of both countries and it's our desire that two countries genuienly cooperate with one voice.
    Moreover, we hope all 20 participating nations to agree with one another so they can bear fruitful outcomes during the G20 summit Seoul.
     
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    Yea, good luck with that 'hope'. :lol::lol:
     
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    Japan has had too many Prime Ministers in the last 15 years to count. All PM's are swept into office with great fanfare and shortly thereafter are booted with much wailing and gnashing of teeth. This guy will join that list, you'll see.

    China, Japan and Korea have a history of hating and invading each other with Japan usually ending up on top. It's different today now that China has a shitload of money and influence, but that regional dynamic aint' gonna' change anytime soon.
     

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