Japan PM’s visit to USA: Fumio Kishida welcomed at Biden’s state dinner

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  • State dinner hosted by President Joe Biden at the White House
  • America invites only its closest allies
  • Jamie Dimon, Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos, David McCall, Paul Simon were present

Japan PM USA Visit: US President Joe Biden invited Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida along with Tim Cook and Jeff Bezos to the White House on Wednesday. During this, along with Star Trek, other issues were also discussed. He said that Japan’s relations with America will remain good this way. During this, many issues including business, sports and politics were discussed. Meanwhile, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, speaking in English, expressed his happiness and said that we will continue to move forward together like this.

These guests were invited

Meanwhile, US President Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Kishida also talked about working together to face global challenges. During this, Hillary Clinton, De Niro, Japan’s Pope Jody Yoasobi, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Sean Fan, United Steelworkers President David McCall were also present. Kishida said that she was stunned to be in front of so many American and Japanese guests at the same time.

Let us tell you that the political dinner program at the White House is a kind of political honor, which America gives only to its close allies. Simon also performed two of his hit songs ‘Graceland’ and ‘Slip Slidin’ Away’ on guitar. Dry-aged rib eye steak, cherry blossoms and the music of Paul Simon were also highlights of the event.

So, President Joe Biden said that Simon is Jill Biden’s favorite artist, which is why he gave a special invitation to Kishida, while Prime Minister Kishida also praised Simon’s music.

Have had political meals in 5 countries

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is the fifth world leader to be honored at Biden’s state dinner, following counterparts from France, South Korea, India and Australia.

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