Mr. Kan elected in the LDP presidential election.

Mr. Kan elected as LDP president, foreign reaction september 14 at 7:26 p.m.

It is an overseas reaction to the election of Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan as the new president of the Liberal Democratic Party.

In China

“I would like to congratulat斌e Mr. Kan on his election as the new president,” a spokesman for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Liu Wenji, said at a press conference on Thursday. China, together with the new leaders of Japan’s political parties, would like to deepen cooperation for the prevention of the new coronavirus and economic and social development, and promote the sustainable improvement and development of relations between the two countries.”

In addition, the state-run China Central Television reported on the news from 4 p.m. Japan time, shortly after Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan was elected president of the Liberal Democratic Party, for about 13 minutes, including a relay with a special correspondent in Tokyo. In this report, Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan has gained support from many factions of the Liberal Democratic Party, and his family is from a strawberry farmer in Akita Prefecture.

China Central Television has expressed high interest in the move to elected Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s successor, including announcing their appeals against the three candidates who ran for the LDP’s presidential election in the morning news on The 14th.

In South Korea

In South Korea, there has been a lot of interest, with political parties reacting and the media reporting them in breaking news.

Among them, the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, which supports Moon Jae-in’s government, said, “I hope that the two countries will actively resolve the issue. We hope to build future-oriented Japan-ROK relations through the holding of summit meetings and sustainable communication.”

The news agency’s Union News said that Mr. Kan is expected to become prime minister on April 16, and pointed out that the South Korean side should resolve the issue of “conscription” during the Pacific War. “The Kan administration is basically lying on the Abe administration’s policies. It seems difficult to expect a major change in Japan-ROK relations immediately.”

The innovative Hangyore newspaper also reported that “Mr. Kan has been criticized for his weak vision and policies as a leader just because he is taking over the policies of the Abe administration.”

The Western media

The Reuters news agency reported that Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan was expected to be expected to be expected to become prime minister after a plenary session of both houses of the House of Representatives this week after being expected to be expected to be the new leader of the Liberal Democratic Party. As for Japan’s foreign policy going forward, Mr. Kan analyzed that in addition to making relationships with the winners of the November U.S. presidential election, he will face geopolitical challenges such as balancing with China.

The Associated News also reported in a bulletin about Mr. Kan’s election as president.

The BBC, a British public broadcaster, relayed the results of the LDP’s election as president. In a previous report, Mr. Kan announced a new era name, referring to what was called Uncle Uncle Uncle Reiwa, and reported that “attention will be paid to how Mr. Kan will take over the Abe administration’s Abenomics strategy.”

In addition, in the electronic version of the BBC’s 14th, an article titled “The Son of strawberry farmer becomes Prime Minister of Japan” was distributed, and it covered Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan greatly. In the article, chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan’s career is introduced in detail, and he says, “We have achieved a steady career, different from the elite politicians who have ruled Japanese politics for a long time.”

CNN TV in the U.S. is known as an excellent right-hand man who has promoted Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s policies after introducing his side as a hard worker, saying, “After graduating from high school and coming up to Tokyo, I also experienced working in cardboard factories and markets to go to college.”

In Russia

The state-run Russian news agency reports that Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan, who was elected LDP president, is expected to take over the Abe administration’s line after announcing that he is expected to become the new prime minister after a plenary session of both houses of the House of Representatives on Thursday.

State television also relayed that Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan had been elected as the new president after a Tokyo correspondent explained the composition of the president’s election. State television was interested in the move to select a successor to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who has emphasized relations with Russia, including reporting in detail when Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan announced his candidacy for the LDP presidential election on February 2.