Japan’s new Defense Minister to visit Djibouti in African on Saturday


Japan’s newly-appointed Defense Minister Tomomi Inada will visit the African country of Djibouti as of Saturday. Her four-day trip will prevent her from visiting the Yasukuni Shrine on the 71st anniversary of the end of World War II on August 15, breaking a ritual which saw her paying a visit to the controversial shrine for the three consecutive years to mark the occasion. Local Japanese newspapers argued if she intentionally wants to avoid the visit as a response to objection from China and South Korea.


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