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TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his chief spokesman have declined to say if Abe nominated President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Abe noted while speaking in Parliament on Monday that the Nobel committee does not disclose the parties behind nominations for a half-century. He said, “I thus decline comment.”
The government’s top spokesman, Yoshihide Suga, told reporters that Japan highly valued Trump’s efforts on North Korea’s nuclear disarmament, but he echoed Abe in refusing other comment.
Trump said Friday that Abe had nominated him, sending him a “beautiful copy” of a letter sent to the committee. That claim could not be immediately verified.
The Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun reported on Sunday, citing unnamed government sources, that Abe nominated Trump’s at the president’s request.
Companies with 20-49 workers will be required to hire one UAE national in 2024 and another one in 2025. This step is expected to create around 12,000 jobs annually for UAE nationals in 2024 and 2025...
The global event, which commenced on Thursday at Dubai Expo City, brings together 180 heads of state and government from around the world.
The discussions at the meeting focused on strengthening international cooperation to reduce emissions, achieve climate neutrality, and promote sustainable practices that align with current global development priorities.
"The science has spoken, it has confirmed the moment is now to find a new road, a road wide enough for all of us, free of the obstacles and detours of the past," the COP28 President told delegates.