Secretary Rice and Foreign Minister Machimura and defense chiefs spoke to reporters about the relations between the U.S. and Japan and a… read more
Secretary Rice and Foreign Minister Machimura and defense chiefs spoke to reporters about the relations between the U.S. and Japan and a meeting between the two delegations. Among the topics they addressed were mutual security interests, and policy toward North Korea and Taiwan, events in the Middle East, and future mutual cooperation efforts. Following their remarks they answered questions from the reporters.
Japanese remarks are translated to English by a voiceover interpreter. The audio levels of the voiceover vary and are at times inaudible. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Nobutaka Machimura Minister Japan->Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Condoleezza Rice Secretary Department of State
- Donald Rumsfeld Secretary Department of Defense
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