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U.S.-Japan High-Level Consultation on Climate Change
  

U.S.-Japan High-Level Consultation on Climate Change

On June 30, 2001 President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi of Japan agreed to undertake “high-level U.S.-Japan government-to-government consultations to explore common ground and areas for common action on climate change.”

Following an April 27, 2007 meeting between President Bush and Prime Minister Abe, the United States and Japan reaffirmed the value of our bilateral High-Level Consultations on Climate Change and committed to enhance, strengthen, and streamline that dialogue.

Past Releases:

09/16/07 -- U.S.-Japan Cooperation On Energy Security, Clean Development, And Climate Change, Office of the Press Secretary, The White House; Washington, DC

04/27/07 -- U.S. - Japan Joint Statement on Energy Security, Clean Development, and Climate Change; Office of the Press Secretary, The White House; Washington, DC

08/07/03 -- Joint Statement of the United States and Japan on High-Level Consultations on Climate Change

04/05/02 -- Second Meeting of the U.S.-Japan High-Level Consultations on Climate Change

03/01/02 -- U.S.-Japan High-Level Consultations Working Groups; Dr. Harlan L. Watson, Senior Climate Negotiator and Special Representative; Remarks to Japanese Journalists at the U. S. Embassy in Japan; Tokyo, Japan

02/28/02 -- Joint Statement of the U.S.-Japan High-Level Consultations on Climate Change

  
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