Tokyo Olympics 2020: Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga expects to ask US President Joe Biden for Video games

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga expects to ask US President Joe Biden for Video games

Suga is anticipated to be the primary overseas chief that Biden meets with in particular person since he took workplace in January.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga expects to invite US President Joe Biden for Games

File picture of Yoshihide Suga. AP

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga mentioned Friday he expects to ask President Joe Biden to the Tokyo Olympics when he visits america subsequent month.

Suga is anticipated to go to the White Home on 9 April.

Suga was requested by a lawmaker in Parliament if he would invite Biden. Suga replied: “After all, I anticipate we’ll.”

The Tokyo Olympics open on 23 July. They have been postponed a 12 months in the past due to the coronavirus pandemic. Organisers mentioned just a few days in the past that followers from overseas is not going to be allowed to attend.

The Olympics and Paralympics will contain 15,400 athletes, and tens of hundreds of officers, judges, VIPs, dignitaries, media and broadcasters.

Suga is anticipated to be the primary overseas chief that Biden meets with in particular person since he took workplace in January.

The prime minister and all 80-90 accompanying employees will obtain two doses of a coronavirus vaccine earlier than the journey, officers have mentioned. Biden and all of the White Home employees they may meet have already been vaccinated.

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