A seemingly unimpressed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe gazes at the group.
Although we don’t know what was really going on at that moment, the image garnered plenty of commentary from armchair body-language experts on the internet:
Arm gestures can be interpreted in several ways. In a discussion, when one stands, sits or even walks with folded arms, this is normally not a welcoming gesture. It could mean that they have a closed mind and are most likely unwilling to listen to the speaker’s viewpoint.