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High School Students from the Six Prefectures of the Tohoku Region Pay Courtesy Call on the Prime Minister

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a message on regional reconstruction from high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region

Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a message on regional reconstruction from high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region

  • Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a message on regional reconstruction from high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region
  • Photograph of the Prime Minister having a conversation with high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region 1
  • Photograph of the Prime Minister having a conversation with high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region 2

Photograph of the Prime Minister having a conversation with high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region 1

Photograph of the Prime Minister having a conversation with high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region 1

Photograph of the Prime Minister having a conversation with high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region 2

Photograph of the Prime Minister having a conversation with high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region 2

Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda received a courtesy call at the Prime Minister's Official Residence from high school students from the six prefectures of the Tohoku Region.

After receiving a message on the reconstruction of the Tohoku Region, the Prime Minister conversed with the eight high-school students who paid a courtesy call.

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