Johanns holds first meeting with Japan
Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns met with Japanese Ambassador Ryozo
Kato in Washington, DC, last week to stress the importance of the
Japanese reopening their border to U.S. beef. Johanns says he realizes
the importance of the beef issue and was looking to gauge Japan’s
willingness to open the border.
After the meeting, Johanns made a few comments to the news media about
the discussion. First Johanns said he thanked the ambassador for their
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