Abe arrives in Davao City

/ 10:45 PM January 12, 2017
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Jeannette Andrade/INQUIRER

DAVAO CITY – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived here Thursday  night for a visit.

Abe and his party arrived on board the Japanese Air force One at the Davao City International Airport around 9:45 p.m..  They were welcomed by local officials.


From the airport, Abe and his party, which included his wife, Akie, proceeded to the Marco Polo Hotel where they would spend the night.

On Friday morning, Abe would meet with President Rodrigo Duterte at the latter’s house in Doña Luisa Subdivision where they would also have breakfast, sources said.


The Japanese prime minister was expected to later meet businessmen here, visit a Japanese-language college and participate in a few more activities before flying out on Friday noon.  SFM

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