Special Advisor to JP Cabinet, Iijima visited N. Korea, “The purpose is concealed”

According to the Korean Peninsula diplomatic source, special advisor to the Cabinet, Iijima visited N. Korea via Beijing on 5/14/2013.

He was the secretary of Ex Japanese prime minister Koizumi. (2001 – 2006)

He visited N. Korea with Koizumi in 2002 and 2004. The purpose of visit is not announced.

The high government official also comments they don’t know the purpose.



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M. Iijima, conseiller spécial au Cabinet du gouvernement, s’est rendu en Corée du Nord, “l’objet en est tenu secret”


Selon des sources diplomatiques de la péninsule de Corée, le 14 mai 2013, un conseiller spécial du Cabinet, M. Iijima, s’est rendu en Corée du Nord via Beijing.
Il était le secrétaire de l’ancien premier ministre japonais Koizumi. (2001 – 2006)
Il s’est rendu en Corée du Nord avec Koizumi en 2002 et 2004. L’objet de cette visite n’est pas communiqué.
Le haut responsable du gouvernement déclare aussi qu’ils n’en connaissent pas le but.

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