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TOKYO (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Japan's new foreign minister Yoshimasa Hayashi hopes to follow in the footsteps of his ally, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, to one day land the top job as the nation's leader.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will outline plans on Wednesday to revive a pandemic-hit economy after his ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) won a strong majority in last month's election.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Thursday he may take on the role of foreign minister until a new cabinet is formed this month, as the incumbent foreign minister took over a key ruling party post.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has tapped Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi for the No. 2 post in the ruling party, a powerful role that includes shaping policy and financing election campaigns.
BEIJING (China Daily/Asia News Network): President Xi Jinping sent a message to Fumio Kishida on Monday, congratulating him for his success in being elected Japan's 100th prime minister.
TOKYO (Reuters): New Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Tuesday (Oct 5) that he received a "strong" message from President Joe Biden about the United States' commitment to defending the disputed East China Sea islets known as the Senkaku Islands in Japan.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): As Fumio Kishida gets sworn in as Japan's 100th Prime Minister on Monday (Oct 4), his new Cabinet team will also start work.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Japan’s Fumio Kishida will be appointed prime minister by parliament Monday, and reveal a new cabinet lineup as he seeks to revive support for his ruling party in the run-up to a general election a report said would come this month.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's new prime minister, Fumio Kishida, exchanged fist bumps with lawmakers after he was formally elected by parliament on Monday, as public broadcaster NHK said he was set to dissolve the body next week and call an election for Oct 31.
Japan's incoming prime minister, Fumio Kishida, is set to keep current Defence Minister Nobuo Kishi and current Education Minister Koichi Hagiuda in his cabinet, the Mainichi newspaper reported.