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February 12, 1994

CABLE NO. 1457, AMBASSADOR KURIYAMA TO THE FOREIGN MINISTER, 'JAPAN-UNITED STATES SUMMIT MEETING (WORKING LUNCH)'

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    Ambassador Kuriyama reports on the results of the working luncheon held between President Clinton and Prime Minister Hosokawa. Individual issues covered during the luncheon are described in a series of subsequent cables.
    "Cable No. 1457, Ambassador Kuriyama to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Working Lunch)'," February 12, 1994, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Diplomatic Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, File No. 2014-00540. Translated by Stephen Mercado. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/240308
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Number: [TN: blacked out]

Primary: North American Affairs Bureau Director-General

Sent: United Nations, February 12, 1994, [TN: time blacked out]

Received: MOFA, February 13, 1994, [TN: time blacked out]

To: The Foreign Minister      

From: Ambassador Kuriyama

Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Working Lunch)

No. 1457 Secret Top Urgent

(Limited Distribution)

Following the small group meeting, there took place on the afternoon of the 11th, from 1:20 to 2:20, in the White House Old Dining Room, a luncheon meeting hosted by the President. A summary of its main points is as follows. (Other side: President Clinton, Vice President Gore, Secretary of State Christopher, Secretary of Treasury Bentsen, United States Trade Representative Kantor, National Security Advisor Lake, National Economic Council Director Rubin, Ambassador to Japan Mondale, Secretary of Defense Perry, Council of Economic Advisers Chair Tyson, Assistant Secretary of State Lord; our side: Prime Minister Hosokawa, Foreign Minister Hata, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Hatoyama, Ambassador Kuriyama, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Fukuda, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Matsuura, Press Secretary Terada, North American Affairs Bureau Director-General Sato, Economic Affairs Bureau Director-General Ogura, Executive Secretary to the Prime Minister Makita, and First North America Division Director Kono.)

Separate Telegram 1. Energy, Other Issues

Separate Telegram 2. North Korea

Separate Telegram 3. China

Separate Telegram 4. Russia

Separate Telegram 5. EEV, President Clinton’s Invitation to Visit Japan

Passed along with relevant separate telegrams to [Japanese diplomatic mission in] China, [Japanese diplomatic mission in] Republic of Korea, Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations, and Permanent Mission of Japan to the International Organizations in Vienna. (End)

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