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The First Television Interview with US Ambassador John V. Roos in Japan

The Ambassador John Roos was featured in his first television interview in Japan and was asked how he plans to deal with bi-lateral relations that are now at a crucial turning point.

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October 22, 2009 (FPRC) -- US President, Barack Obama, has named the new US Ambassador to Japan, lawyer John V. Roos, who enjoys the President's enormous trust. Ambassador Roos previously worked as a Silicon Valley lawyer helping IT companies such as Google achieve market listings.

One of the first places the Ambassador chose to visit in Japan was Hiroshima, which suffered from the atomic bomb in 1945.

In Japan, the Ambassador will deal with the new government led by Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama who is calling for close and equal Japan - US partnership. His government is poised to end Japan's refueling mission in the Indian Ocean in search for new ways to help reconstruct Afghanistan. A review of the US military presence in Japan is also being explored.

The Ambassador John Roos was featured in his first television interview in Japan and was asked how he plans to deal with bi-lateral relations that are now at a crucial turning point.

Interview with US Ambassador John V. Roos will be presented in the New York area by USN (U.S. Nippon Communications Network, a division of IRM U.S.A. Inc.) on Saturday, October 24, at 5:00 PM. via NYC-TV Chanel 25 available on various cable, satellite networks and also including the Digital Television (DTV).

USN-TV broadcasts to the greater NY Metropolitan Area every Saturday via NYC-TV Ch. 25 (5:00 - 6:00 p.m.) The program includes "Visit to My Homeland" - a sightseeing tour of Japan's countryside; "Japan Video Topics" - What's on Japan, culture, cuisine, Matsuri (Festival) and other curious scenes from Japan. "USN Report" - community news of U.S. -Japan events in New York area; and "Wuta" - featuring clips from Japanese pop music scene.

Send an email to Eiso Kawamoto of U.S. Nippon Communications Network
212-983-3131



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