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.
September 28, 1993
Cable No. 5521, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Separate Telegram 8)'
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 (Separate Telegram 8)
No. 5521 Secret Top Urgent
Outgoing Cable No. 5513 Separate Telegram 8: Japan-US Business Conference
When people were engaged in small talk after the end of the meeting, the Prime Minister said, concerning the Japan-US Business Conference led by Sony Chairman Morita and TRW Chairman Gorman that, because there was an idea for invigorating it, he would like to press for this. (The President nodded in agreement.) (End)
Hosokawa voices support for the Japan-US Business Conference at the end of his meeting with Clinton.
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