Mori at the British Embassy in Tokyo in June 2015.
|Prime Minister of Japan|
5 April 2000 â€“ 26 April 2001
|Preceded by||Mikio Aoki (acting)|
|Succeeded by||Junichiro Koizumi|
|Minister of Construction|
8 August 1995 â€“ 11 January 1996
|Prime Minister||Tomiichi Murayama|
|Preceded by||Koken Nosaka|
|Succeeded by||Eiichi Nakao|
|Minister of International Trade and Industry|
12 December 1992 â€“ 20 July 1993
|Prime Minister||Kiichi Miyazawa|
|Preceded by||Kozo Watanabe|
|Succeeded by||Hiroshi Kumagai|
|Minister of Education|
27 December 1983 â€“ 1 November 1984
|Prime Minister||Yasuhiro Nakasone|
|Preceded by||Mitsuo Setoyama|
|Succeeded by||Hikaru Matsunaga|
|President of the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games|
|Preceded by||Carlos Arthur Nuzman|
|Born||(1937-07-14) 14 July 1937
Nomi, Ishikawa, Japan
|Political party||Liberal Democratic|
|Alma mater||Waseda University|
|Website||Yoshiro Mori WebSite|
Japan is the only country in the world which suffered from the scourge of nuclear weapons.
It is my strong hope that an environment will be created in which both of our countries can cooperate for the realization of a world without nuclear weapons.
A vote for Japan is a vote for the future of rugby. We will do our best to make rugby a global sport.
India and Japan should develop a complementary relationship in information technology.