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September 28, 1993

CABLE NO. 5513, AMBASSADOR HATANO TO THE FOREIGN MINISTER, 'JAPAN-UNITED STATES SUMMIT MEETING'

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    Ambassador Hatano (then serving as Japan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations) informs the Foreign Minister of the results of the talks between Prime Minister Hosokawa and President Clinton held on September 27, 1993. Summaries of the different aspects of the talks were sent in several subsequent cables.
    "Cable No. 5513, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting'," September 28, 1993, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Diplomatic Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, File No. 2014-00539. Translated by Stephen Mercado. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/240296
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Number: [TN: blacked out]

Primary: North American Affairs Bureau Director-General

Sent: United Nations, September 28, 1993, [TN: time blacked out]

Received: MOFA, September28, 1993, [TN: time blacked out]

To: The Foreign Minister      

From: Ambassador Hatano

Japan-United States Summit Meeting

No. 5513 Secret Top Urgent

(Limited Distribution)

On the 27th, from 3:20 until 4:40 in the afternoon, in President Clinton’s suite at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Prime Minister Hosokawa and President Clinton held a Japan-United States summit meeting. A summary of its main points is as follows in the separate telegrams. (Attending on the other side were Secretary of State Christopher, Ambassador to the United Nations Albright, Ambassador Mondale, National Security Advisor Lake, Deputy National Security Advisor Berger, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs Lord, and an interpreter. Attending on our side were the Foreign Minister, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Hatoyama, Ambassador Kuriyama, North American Affairs Bureau Director-General Sato, Executive Secretary to the Prime Minister Makita, and an interpreter (First North America Division’s Suzuki).

Separate Telegram 1: Change in Japan and the United States

Separate Telegram 2: Reconfirmation of the Basic Framework between Japan and the United States,   Policy Coordination (Including APEC)

Separate Telegram3: China

Separate Telegram4: Russia

Separate Telegram 5: North Korea

Separate Telegram6: The Middle East

Separate Telegram 7: UR [Uruguay Round]

Separate Telegram 8: Japan-US Business Conference

Separate Telegram 9: Other (Small Talk)

Passed to all [Japanese] diplomatic missions in the United States (except for Agana and Detroit), Republic of Korea, China, Russia, Britain, Germany, France, Italy, Canada, Mexico, Permanent Mission of Japan to the International Organizations in Geneva, Mission of Japan to the European Communities, Delegation of Japan to the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, Australia, New Zealand, ASEAN, GCC, Istanbul, Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. (End)

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