During a visit to Washington DC, Prime Minister Abe met at the White House with U.S. President Donald Trump. (February 2017)

Prime Minister Abe hosted a summit meeting and other events with Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia at the Prime Minister’s Office. (March 2017)

President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi of Mozambique came to the Prime Minister’s Office, where Prime Minister Abe hosted a summit meeting and other events. (March 2017)

In Hannover, Germany, Prime Minister Abe and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany toured the exhibition venue of CeBIT 2017, an international trade fair for information and communication technologies. (March 2017)

Shaking hands with President François Hollande of France during a visit to Paris. (March 2017)

At a meeting in Brussels, Belgium, with European Council President Donald Tusk (center) and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker of the European Union. (March 2017)

Prime Minister Abe visited Rome, where he held a meeting with Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni of Italy. (March 2017)

Prime Minister Abe with a delegation of the U.S. Congressional Study Group on Japan and a delegation of Japanese legislators participating in the U.S.-Japan Legislative Exchange Program, who came together for a courtesy call at the Prime Minister’s Office. (February 2017)

Six years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, Prime Minister Abe traveled to Iwate Prefecture, one of the disaster-struck areas. He viewed the Taro Kanko Hotel, a six-story building that was flooded up to the fourth floor and whose first and second floors were totally destroyed. The hotel has been preserved as a site for learning about the destructive power of tsunamis. (March 2017)