Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso: Abe should take a rest if necessary

On August 25, the health of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has attracted public attention. In response, Japan’s deputy prime minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso said that Abe should take a rest if necessary. Aso told reporters after attending a cabinet meeting that he had received information about Abe’s inspection and said, “is it not a good thing to try to return to China?” Aso also said, “the body management must be responsible for their own, if you need to rest, it is better to rest.” According to a previous report by Asahi Shimbun, the prime minister’s activity records showed that Abe had been on official business for 147 consecutive days from January 26 to June 20, and many people he met described as “he looked very tired.”. Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso also said on the 17th that “if you work continuously for 147 days, your body will break down under normal circumstances.”. On the 17th and 24th of this month, Abe went to the hospital for physical examination for two consecutive weeks. After the inspection ended on the 24th, Abe returned to the prime minister’s residence to continue his official business. He told the press group: “today we have a detailed understanding of last week’s inspection results and conducted additional inspections. I hope to carry out comprehensive physical management, and I want to work hard in the future. ” However, Japanese media also pointed out that Abe’s trip is bound to cause speculation again under the situation that Abe’s health problems and physical fatigue have attracted much attention. Abe is receiving treatment for chronic diseases rather than physical examination, according to a ruling party source quoted by Japanese television on the 24th.