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Monday, January 28, 2013


TOKYO—Japan's prime minister, Shinzo Abe, pressed ahead with his priority of shutting down the whaling and dolphin programs. At an unscheduled meeting, Prime Minister Abe mentioned “These steps will put Japan firmly in this century and we can leave this embarrassing behavior in our past”. Vowing for quick action to pull the country out of these programs, different meetings are scheduled so Japan can live up to global standards within the year.
Prime minister Abe appeared in a t-shirt of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, the leading organization in the fight against the whaling and dolphin programs in Japanese territorial waters and the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary in Antarctica. Former president of Sea Shepherd, Mister Watson, who recently stepped down, has not yet responded to the news.
— with Shinzō Abe.

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