By: Nadeemy Haded
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's term in office, 2887 days, marked a record as the longest term for a Japanese prime minister.
"When governments changed every year, as was the case in my first election, the most important political problems were postponed to a later date," Abe told a news conference, during which he presented his most important activities and achievements during his time as prime minister. This was the will of the people. "
"Every day efforts for political stability ... and efforts to deliver on promises, all these factors have led us to where we are today," he said.
Shinzo Abe, chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, is scheduled to remain prime minister until September 2021.
Source: RIA Novosti