Japan: Palestinians must make effort for peace

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January 26, 2006 16:53

 
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Japan's Foreign Minister on Thursday urged the Hamas government to crack down on violence and commit to efforts to restore peace in the Middle East. Foreign Minister Taro Aso said in a statement that completing elections as planned is "an important step toward building a democratic Palestinian state." Japan has sent an election monitoring mission and provided US$720,000 in assistance for the elections.

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