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安倍晋三 自称? "right-wing militarist " “not” が付いてました (#^.^#)

2013年9月27日(金)

国際貢献アピールに腐心=タカ派懸念、払拭狙う―安倍首相
 (時事通信) - 2013年9月27日(金)22:16

【ニューヨーク時事】
 安倍晋三首相は27日、ニューヨーク市内で記者会見し、米国、カナダ訪問の日程を終えた。初出席となった国連総会では、シリアへの追加人道支援や、女性の人権保護のための30億ドル超の政府開発援助(ODA)を表明するなど、日本の国際貢献を訴えることに腐心。「タカ派政権」(国連外交筋)との海外からの懸念を振り払い、日本外交への支持を広げるのが狙いだが、肝心の中韓両国との関係改善は見通せないままだ。



安倍首相の国連演説要旨
 (産経新聞) − 2013.9.27 10:01
 

 【シリア問題】

 シリアの化学兵器廃棄に向けた国際社会の努力にできる限り協力する。国際社会と連携し難民に手を差し伸べる。シリアと周辺国への人道支援として新たに6千万ドル相当を追加し、直ちに実施する。

 【積極的平和主義】

 私の責務はまず日本経済を強く立て直し、日本を世界に対して善をなす・頼れる「力」にすることだ。日本をこれまで以上に平和と安定の力としていくことを約束し、新たに「積極的平和主義」の旗を掲げる。国連平和維持活動(PKO)をはじめ、国連の集団安全保障措置に対し、より一層積極的な参加ができるようにする。

 【北朝鮮問題】

 北朝鮮の核・ミサイル開発は許されない。北朝鮮は国際社会の一致した声に耳を傾け、己の行動を改めて具体的一歩を踏み出すべきだ。北朝鮮には、拉致した日本国民を残らず返してもらう。自分の政権で完全に解決する決意で臨む。拉致問題の解決なしに日朝の国交正常化はあり得ない。

 【国連改革】

 安全保障理事会の現状が、70年前の現実を映す姿のまま凍結されているのははなはだ遺憾だ。わが国は常任理事国となる意欲を変わらず持っている。

 【女性の活躍】

 日本の成長の因となり果となるのが、女性の力の活用だ。「女性が輝く社会をつくる」と訴え、国内の仕組みを変えようと取り組んでいる。憤激すべきは国外で武力紛争の下、女性に対する性的暴力がやまない現実があることだ。(1)女性の社会進出・能力開発(2)女性に対する保健医療分野の取り組み(3)危険にさらされる女性の権利・身体対策−の3本柱を立て、今後3年間で30億ドルを超す政府開発援助(ODA)を実施する。

(ニューヨーク 水内茂幸) 



安倍首相、国連総会演説でシリア支援を表明
 (読売新聞)− 2013年9月27日04時18分


第68回国連総会における安倍内閣総理大臣一般討論演説
 首相官邸 − 平成25年9月26日(木)


Abe expresses readiness to involve Japan more in U.N. security steps
 (The Mainichi Japan) - September 27, 2013
 

 NEW YORK (Kyodo) -- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed at the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday his desire for Japan to engage more actively in the global body's collective security framework as a step toward becoming what he terms a "proactive contributor to peace."

Abe pledged more than $3 billion in development assistance over the next three years for women's empowerment and health care, while announcing additional humanitarian aid of $60 million for Syrians displaced in the ongoing civil war.

Noting that the global power balance is "changing rapidly" and technological innovations are removing "all borders" from new types of threat, the Japanese leader said, "It is now impossible for any one country, no matter which it may be, to safeguard its own peace and security acting entirely by itself."

"I will enable Japan, as a proactive contributor to peace, to be even more actively engaged in U.N. collective security measures, including peacekeeping operations" as the United Nations will play an even more important role, Abe said.

Since taking office in December, Abe has been pushing for Japan to take on a greater security role in the changing security environment and potentially lift its self-imposed ban on collective self-defense, or defending an ally under armed attack.

There is still a long way to go for the ban to be removed as Abe needs to win the support of coalition partner the New Komeito party and the public. But Abe in the address provided some insights into what he would like to achieve in reworking Japan's defense posture.

In an apparent reference to China's increased maritime assertiveness, Abe told the General Assembly that Japan's national interests are connected to the "stability" of seas that are open.

"Changes to the maritime order through the use of force or coercion cannot be condoned under any circumstances," he said.

Ties between Tokyo and Beijing have been frayed due to China's growing assertiveness over the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, administered for decades by Japan but claimed by China, and Abe's recent move to lift the ban on collective self-defense has raised alarm in China.

Top officials from Japan and China engaged in a rare verbal war at the General Assembly a year ago as Beijing accused Tokyo of "stealing" the islands, known in China as Diaoyu, in protest against Japan's effective nationalization of them.

On North Korea, Abe said Tokyo cannot accept the country's nuclear and missile development programs, and that any normalization of bilateral ties is "unthinkable" without first seeing the return of Japanese nationals abducted by North Korea in the 1970s and 1980s.

The prime minister devoted roughly a half of his speech to security issues, while the other half focused on the rights of women as he vowed to create "a society where women shine" both at home and abroad.

The speech came a day after Abe said he is not a "right-wing militarist," to counter perceptions that he is veering to the right.

With Japan embroiled in the issue of women who were forced to provide sexual services to its soldiers during World War II, Abe apparently tried to soften his image by focusing on the rights of women.

The main areas where Japan will place priority are creating a society that provides women with opportunities to excel, extending support to women suffering from sexual violence in armed conflicts, and promoting universal health coverage.

"I wish to bring about a society where women shine, both within Japan and also in regions in conflict and countries suffering from poverty," Abe told the assembly.

"It is a matter of outrage that there continues to be sexual violence against women during times of armed conflict even now, in the 21st century," he said.

At the U.N. meeting, the crisis in Syria has taken center stage with the number of refugees estimated by a U.N. body to be more than 2 million. Abe pledged "thorough support and the greatest possible cooperation" to global efforts to eliminate chemical weapons, which he said cannot be tolerated.

As "a country that understands the horror and devastation wrought by atomic bombs," Japan will commit itself to making sure nuclear weapons are eliminated, and hopes Iran will takes specific steps to address concerns over its nuclear programs under its new leadership, he said. 



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