Abe thinks that “the ghosts” said that they did not ask the US media to correct the report.

2013 12 On the 26th, Tokyo, Japan, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the Yasukuni Shrine on the occasion of the first anniversary of the ruling on December 26. The picture shows Abe arriving at the Yasukuni Shrine. Photo by Sun Wei

China News Service, February 21, according to a report by Japan’s Kyodo News Agency, Japanese cabinet official Honda Yuelang reported on the 21st in the US Prime Minister’s official residence on the 21st, the US Wall Street Journal reported that he praised the Prime Minister. Abe’s visit to the Yasukuni Shrine said that he would not ask for corrections.

Honda stressed: “It has been protested to reporters who wrote the report, and raised this & lsquo; does not meet my original intention & rsquo;. & rdquo; But he also said: “Do not ask for corrections as I mean”.

Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yi Yiwei said at the press conference that the report was based on Honda’s interview as an individual, not a matter that the Japanese government should not protest.

The newspaper publisher, Dow Jones Newswires, commented: “I believe the content of the report is accurate.” “The Wall Street Journal” reported on February 19 that Honda Yuelang, who is the economic adviser to Abe, said that he should pay homage to the Yasukuni Shrine. “Who must do it, courage is good” . Kyodo News reported on the 20th that Honda said in an interview with the newspaper that Japan’s peace and prosperity were based on the KMT’s “Special Self-Defense” at the end of the Pacific War, “So Prime Minister Abe is You must go to the Yasukuni Shrine.

Responsible Editor: Wu Yuanchun

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