Original title: K Palace: Putin had a phone call with Fumio Kishida to congratulate him on his election as Prime Minister of Japan
[环球网报道]According to a report by RIA Novosti, Russian Presidential Press Secretary Peskov said on the 7th local time that Russian President Putin had a phone call with Fumio Kishida on the same day to congratulate him on his election as Prime Minister of Japan.
Kishida Fumio was born in Tokyo in July 1957. He graduated from Waseda University in 1982 and joined the Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan. He was elected as a member of the House of Representatives for the first time in 1993. In December 2012, Fumio Kishida was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs by then Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
On September 29 this year, the presidential election of the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party was held in Tokyo. The former Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Fumio Kishida won with a clear advantage and was successfully selected as the 27th president of the Democratic Party. On October 4, Fumio Kishida, the new president of the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party, won more than half of the votes in the nominated elections for the Prime Minister of the Provisional House of Representatives and the Senate, and was elected the 100th Prime Minister of Japan.