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Prime Minister of Japan, Suga Yoshihide said, “Japan aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 46 percent in fiscal year 2030 from its fiscal year 2013 levels, setting an ambitious target which is aligned with the long-term goal of achieving net-zero by 2050.” UNIFEED

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DATELINE: 24 SEPTEMBER 2021, NEW YORK CITY

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21 SEPTEMBER 2021, NEW YORK CITY

1.Close up, UN flag

2. SOUNDBTIE (Japanese) Suga Yoshihide, Prime Minister of Japan:
“Japan aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 46 percent in fiscal year 2030 from its fiscal year 2013 levels, setting an ambitious target which is aligned with the long-term goal of achieving net-zero by 2050. Furthermore, Japan will continue strenuous efforts in its challenge to meet the lofty goal of cutting its emission by 50 percent. I would like to encourage other countries including major emitters to make further efforts as well. In achieving global decarbonization, any developing country which genuinely needs assistance should not be left behind. Japan will provide climate finance, both public and private, to developing countries including small island states, totaling approximately USD 60 billion over the next five years from 2021 to 2025.”
3. Wide shot, General Assembly Hall
4. SOUNDBTIE (Japanese) Suga Yoshihide, Prime Minister of Japan:
“Japan will continue to seek to normalize its relationship with North Korea, in accordance with the Japan-DPRK Pyongyang Declaration, through comprehensively resolving the outstanding issues of concern such as the abductions, nuclear and missile issues, as well as settling the unfortunate past. Establishing a constructive relationship between Japan and North Korea will not only serve the interests of both sides but also contribute to regional peace and stability.”
5.Wide shot, General Assembly Hall

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Prime Minister of Japan, Suga Yoshihide said, “Japan aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 46 percent in fiscal year 2030 from its fiscal year 2013 levels, setting an ambitious target which is aligned with the long-term goal of achieving net-zero by 2050.”

In a pre-recorded video to the General Assembly Debate, Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide said, “Japan will continue strenuous efforts in its challenge to meet the lofty goal of cutting its emission by 50 percent.”

He encouraged other countries including major emitters to “make further efforts as well.”

The Prime Minister said, “in achieving global decarbonization, any developing country which genuinely needs assistance should not be left behind,” adding that Japan will provide climate finance, both public and private, to developing countries including small island states, totaling approximately USD 60 billion over the next five years from 2021 to 2025.

The Prime Minister also said, “Japan will continue to seek to normalize its relationship with North Korea, in accordance with the Japan-DPRK Pyongyang Declaration, through comprehensively resolving the outstanding issues of concern such as the abductions, nuclear and missile issues, as well as settling the unfortunate past.”

He reiterated, “establishing a constructive relationship between Japan and North Korea will not only serve the interests of both sides but also contribute to regional peace and stability.”
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