The Secretary General of the national security Council of Japan, Shotaro Yachi, will likely leave his post next week, reports The Mainichi, citing government sources.

According to them, the Yati may resign when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will reshuffle the Cabinet of Ministers, scheduled for September 10.

As a candidate for the office of Secretary General national security Council of Japan discusses Shigeru Kitamura, which is responsible in the government for business intelligence.

It is noted that Kitamura, who comes from a police Department of Japan, heads the Information and research Bureau at the Cabinet of Ministers, which is responsible for gathering and analysis of information on internal and external political situation and social trends.