April 19 2021 Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga ended his first face-to-face meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden on the 18th and arrived at Tokyo Haneda Airport by special government plane, Kyodo News reported.
He plans to visit India and the Philippines during the long holiday to consider boosting the regime “by showing diplomatic results”. But with more than 4,000 new infections in the country, experts say the “fourth wave” of the japanese outbreak, including discussions on issuing a declaration of emergency, has become a critical issue in dealing with the outbreak.
Mr Suga is reportedly seeking to visit India and the Philippines during a long holiday starting at the end of this month to seek cooperation for a “free and open Indo-Pacific”. Yoshihide Suga’s people look forward to “through a series of diplomatic activities to enhance the cohesion of the Prime Minister.”
Yoshihide Suga returned to China on the 18th, directly into the Prime Minister’s residence, to listen to the new coronavirus infection response to the promotion of the room director Yoshida school about the outbreak report.
But criticism of the slow response to the outbreak has emerged, and the number of new infections has increased everywhere. The government’s infectious disease response team president Ogata Mao 14 on the outbreak, said, “say is the ‘fourth wave’ is no harm”, but Yoshihide Suga will deny this view.
According to the analysis, the focus in the future is whether to issue a declaration of emergency in areas where the outbreak, led by Osaka Prefecture, is seriously spreading. On the 16th, he said that a week after the 19th, a final judgment should be made.
During his stay in Washington, Mr Suga told the media only that “judgment will be made as appropriate”. According to the analysis, near the Summer Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, he was cautious about issuing a declaration of emergency.
Yoshihide Suga 15 from Haneda Airport to the United States, the United States Eastern Time on the 16th with Biden held talks.