President Trump meets Japanese Prime Minister Abe at G-7 summit

Feng Xue
By Feng Xue
May 26, 2017USshare

President Donald Trump and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had a private meeting during the G-7 summit in Taormina, Italy, on May 26.

The two leaders confirmed that they wanted to continue to collaborate and cooperate on the problems facing their two nations and the rest of the world.

Trump said that North Korea would be highest on the list of topics the two would cover. Terrorism would be next.

Prime Minister Abe congratulated the president on his progress in the Middle East and with NATO and told Trump how much he valued the U.S.’s commitment to global security.

Abe said that while North Korea would be discussed, there were a variety of problems facing the world and the two men would work together to address all of them.

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