G7 Climate Change Issue “Supporting Developing Countries Public and Private Contributions of 6.5 Trillion Yen” Prime Minister Suga
The G7 Summit = Summit of the Seven Major Countries held the final session on the theme of climate change countermeasures, and provided international support such as development assistance by the government for coal-fired power generation for which greenhouse gas emission measures have not been taken. In order to finish it, we confirmed that it will be supported as G7 in line.
G7 Prime Minister Suga tells reporters "Very strong support from all leaders" at the Tokyo Olympics
Prime Minister Suga told reporters in the United Kingdom that he was visiting, about the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, "I explained about the thorough infection control and safety and security competitions, and I received very strong support from all the leaders. As the Prime Minister of the host country, I am reassured by this support and renewed my determination to open the Games and make it a success, with the feeling that the Tokyo Games must be successful at all costs. " Said.
G7 Prime Minister Suga “Information control by blocking the Internet and coordinating measures” China and others in mind
At the G7 Summit = the third day of the summit meeting of the seven major countries, Prime Minister Suga said that with China and Russia in mind, information control by blocking the Internet and the spread of disinformation threaten the fundamentals of democracy. He pointed out that it is important to work together in each country.
Japan-Australia Summit Meeting to Decarbonize Partnership Launched
Prime Minister Suga, who is visiting the United Kingdom, met with Australian Prime Minister Morrison and agreed to launch a partnership between the two countries, including accelerating the development of the latest technology for decarbonization. We also confirmed that we will strongly oppose the economic intimidation of China.
The ruling and opposition parties discuss the extension of the Diet session and the motion of no confidence in the Cabinet NHK Sunday debate
Three days before the end of the Diet session, NHK's "Sunday Debate" emphasized that the opposition party will not hesitate to submit a motion of no confidence in the Cabinet if the government and the ruling party do not respond to the extension of the session. On the other hand, the ruling party expressed a negative opinion about the extension and argued that there was no reason to distrust the Suga Cabinet.
Many national civil servants are "difficult to feel growth" National Personnel Authority surveys
According to an awareness survey conducted by the National Personnel Authority on general public employees, the overload of work is still a problem, and many employees find it difficult to realize their own growth. The actual situation has become clear.
French President Emmanuel Macron supporting the Tokyo Olympics Prime Minister Suga "Collaboration for Success"
Prime Minister Suga, who is visiting the United Kingdom, met with French President Emmanuel Macron and expressed his desire to collaborate with the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics for the success of the Paris Games three years later. He conveyed his support for holding the Tokyo Games.
G7 Prime Minister Suga Determined to Tokyo Tournament President Biden “Supports”
Prime Minister Suga, who is visiting the United Kingdom, talked with President Biden of the United States and stated that he would "take thorough measures against infection and realize a safe and secure tournament" regarding the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, and expressed his determination to hold the Games. In response, President Biden said he would support Prime Minister Suga.
G7 Summit "Exchange of Japanese and Korean Summits" Korean Presidential Office
The Korean presidential office revealed that President Moon Jae-in, who was invited to the G7 summit in the United Kingdom, exchanged words with Prime Minister Kan on the 12th. .. This is the first time that the two leaders have met face-to-face.
Prime Minister Suga welcomes increased involvement of G7 countries in the Indo-Pacific region
At the second day of the G7 Summit = Summit of the Seven Major Countries, Prime Minister Suga said that Japan and the United States are cooperating toward the realization of a free and open Indo-Pacific with China in mind. He welcomed the increased involvement of other G7 countries in the region.