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Japanese flag Permanent Mission to the UN of Japan in New York

Address866 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017
Phonelocal: (212) 223.4300
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Faxlocal: (212) 751.1966
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Web sitehttp://www.un.int/japan/

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Comments on this Permanent Mission to the UN

Jeanette Evans
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 21:22 EST
Stop the barbaric slaughter of whales and dolphins in Tajii
I implore you to stop the deplorable, cruel and unpardonable slaughter of helpless whales and dolphins. It is a slur on the name of Japan.
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:45 EDT
Aint no body got time for dis
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Sun, 21 Apr 2013 19:52 EDT
North Korea-Iran Oil Trading.
I support this matter as a useful method of peace.
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Wed, 28 Nov 2012 15:07 EST
Uranium managed financial portfolio regarding peace with North Korea.
Your Excellency; Futures portfolio management for wheat, cattle and other matters work well in the United States when used in a managed options derivitive strategy. It is my opinion that working this kind of arrangement out with North Korea will help resolve nuclear proliferation problems caused by current North Korean financial concerns. Please study this. The only negative concern is that the Uranium holdings will remain in secured North Korea. However,this new financial system could be a blessing in peace negotiations. Have a nice day. Respectfully Yours; Tom.
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Fri, 12 Oct 2012 22:55 EDT
Recent North Korea surface rocket.
Your Excellency; The government of North Korea, in my opinion, recently demonstrated the military deterrent of a surface rocket due to former allied military drills and the disturbance caused on the border by the drills. I personally object to these drills, as peace is jeapardized when these drills occur. The present professional military of the United States, South Korea, and Japan does not require drills on the North Korea border, and again, I object to these drills.
tamara janjgava
Sat, 19 Mar 2011 17:49 EDT
i ready by good mother
dear japanese people

I am deeply shocked by this unprecedented tragedy and would like to offer my sincere condolences to the great nation of Japan.

God bless the souls of the victims !
child which lost family and home i ready be good mother . i have,not own child . i have housbend, mother l, dog , flat in tbilis saburtalo district,car, vilige and i am reale estate agent
in georgia, tbilisi.

Sun, 1 Aug 2010 16:27 EDT
Stop the Japs from their contining aggrsession
The Japanese People and Nation in their arrogant beliefs that they are better than the rest of the world and therefore above international law continue to wage war against the world via thier illegal slaughter of Sea mammals and thier unfettered raping of the worlds oceans.
They have not changed their sneakly coniving ways. They claim to be killing whales in the southern Antarctic Oceans for research, when in fact, they are profitting from their illegal harvesting of Whale meat.
They are waging a Pearl Harbor style attack on our humanity. The Japanese People must be punished for this illegal campaign of inhumanity.
Boycott Japan and all things Japanese. The Japanese emperor is Pig Dung.

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