Hogan, Malmström flying to Tokyo with aim of finalising EU-Japan FTA

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has instructed EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan and EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström to fly to Tokyo tonight (June 29) to try to finalise the EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

The EU’s Trade Commissioner took to twitter to announce the trip, tweeting: “Will be leaving to Tokyo tonight with Phil Hogan to try to finalise our trade negotiations and achieve political agreement”.


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