New Zealand Prime Minister Keith J. Holyoake, accompanied by Mrs. Holyoake and other New Zealand?
New Zealand Prime Minister Keith J. Holyoake, accompanied by Mrs. Holyoake and other New Zealand suits arrived at Tokyo International Airport by JAL plane from the United States for 8 days state visit. Premier Holyoake was greeted by Mr. Etsusaburo Shiina and Mr. Shiina, Foreign Minister of Japan at the airport and then he shakes hand with diplomatic corps including newly appointed Australian Ambassador to Japan, Sir S. Brown, Canadian Ambassador, Malaysian Ambassador, Pakistan Ambassador, Indian, Ghana, Nigier, British Ambassador mostly Commonwealth countries Ambassadors and Japanese foreign offices high dignitaries. Premier Holyoake is treated as the National Guest of Japan. Later tonight, Premier Holyoake will see Japanese Premier Sato and exchange views on world problems centering on the Vietnamese conflict, Malaysian dispute and other South East Asian developments. Discussion will also cover economic and technology cooperation, promotion of trade and cultural exchange. Holyoake is returning a visit made in October 1963 by the then Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda, former Japanese premier. He will be received in audience by H.I. Majesty the Emperor on July 6th and leave Tokyo for home on July 7th by Quantas plane.