Shinzo Abe Photo Credit: Getty Images / BBC News Illustrator Artwork Hong Kong international relations scholar Shen Xuhui believes that Abe is Japan's most pro-Taiwan prime minister after the war, and a prime minister with strong influence, "with the power to set issues." political legacy Akio Yaita, director of the Taipei branch of Japan's Sankei Shimbun, analyzed that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida agreed for the first time that Taiwanese Vice President Lai Ching-tak would visit Japan or even spend the night in Japan,
not only because Lai Ching-teh has a very friendly relationship with Abe and Japanese politics, but also because of political considerations. He said that the government of Prime Minister Fumio Kishida had rested comfortably after Japan's ruling party won a senatorial election over the weekend. "So he gritted his teeth and stomped his foot and issued a visa to Vice President Lai. Anyway, now he is not afraid to offend China. This also shows that Prime Minister Kishida has not only inherited Prime Minister Abe's pro-Taiwan policy, but has also taken a big step forward. "
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