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2017-05-29

[]グテーレス国連事務総長安倍総理との会談内容について

国会ウォッチャーです。

 今日参院法務委員会共謀罪法案審議入りとのこと。榛葉さんもカジノ法案などなどからそろそろ学習してください。

 特別報告者の地位日韓合意についての国連事務総長からコメントについて、外務省

外務省発表

本27日11時54分(現地時間日本時間18時54分)から10分間, G7タオルミーナサミット出席のためイタリア訪問中の安倍晋三内閣総理大臣は,アントニオ・グテーレス国連事務総長(H.E.Mr. António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations)と懇談を行いました。

まず,安倍総理から北朝鮮情勢について,今は北朝鮮に対する圧力を強化すべきであり,中国役割が鍵となる旨述べました。これに対して,先方は,昨今の北朝鮮の行動を非難するとともに,北朝鮮に対して圧力を強化するためのツール国連安保理は有している,今後,関係国との間でも,北朝鮮問題真剣に取り上げる旨述べました。その上で,双方は,拉致,核,ミサイルといった諸懸案につき,緊密に連携していくことで一致しました。

また,安倍総理から慰安婦問題に関する日韓合意につき,その実施重要性を指摘したところ,先方は,同合意につき賛意を示すとともに,歓迎する旨述べました。

さらに,安倍総理から国際組織犯罪防止条約の締結に向けた日本の取組につき説明しました。この関連で,先方は,人権理事会特別報告者は,国連とは別の個人資格活動しており,その主張は,必ずしも国連の総意を反映するものではない旨述べました。

ドゥジャリッチ報道官コメント

28 May 2017

Note to Correspondents: In response to questions on the meeting between the Secretary-General and Prime Minister Abe of Japan

In response to questions received on the meeting between the Secretary-General and Prime Minister Abe of Japan, the Spokesman had the following to say:

During their meeting in Sicily, the Secretary-General and Prime Minister Abe did discuss the issue of so-called “comfort women”. The Secretary-General agreed that this is a matter to be solved by an agreement between Japan and the Republic of Korea. The Secretary-General did not pronounce himself on the content of a specific agreement but on the principle that it is up to the two countries to define the nature and the content of the solution for this issue.

Regarding the report of Special Rapporteurs, the Secretary-General told the Prime Minister that Special Rapporteurs are experts that are independent and report directly to the Human Rights Council.

訳文

2017年5月28日

記者への注釈事務総長日本総理大臣安倍氏との懇談の中で受けた質問への回答に関して

事務総長日本総理大臣安倍氏との懇談の中で受けた質問への回答に関して、報道官は次のように述べた

シシリーでの懇談の間に、事務総長安倍総理大臣は、いわゆる”慰安婦問題”について議論を行った。事務総長は、これが、日本韓国合意(an agreementなので、特定日韓合意をさしていないと思うが真意はわからない)によって解決される問題であることに同意した。事務総長自身は、特定合意の内容については言及しておらず、この問題解決性質と内容は二国間で決められるものだという原則を述べたものである

特別報告者については、事務総長は、総理大臣に対して、特別報告者は独立した人権理事会直属の専門家である(id:nisshi_jpさんの指摘通りだなと思ったので変更、ついでに人権委員会修正。染み込んだ感覚人権委員会と書いてしまう。)、と伝えた。

言ってること全然違うくないか?このコメントが出たって言うことは、日本マスコミがなんか聞いたんだろうけど。前半は賛意(support?agreeのことか)に関しては、日本韓国がお互いに納得して決めればいいことだって以上のことは言ってないですね。歓迎(welcome)のほうはよくわからないですが、韓国に対する勧告(CAT/C/KOR/3-5)の中ですらwelcoming the agreementしてますからね。日韓合意したことそのものは歓迎する一方で、条約14条の要請する目的と内容に対して不十分だという発表でしたからね。

 まぁ安倍さんがいろいろ説明したけど、事務総長自身は、「そうだね、二国間で話し合って決めてくださいね」といったというだけなんだと思う。合意の履行も、見直しもどちらにも言及してないっていいたんでしょうし、事務総長立場で、二国間合意についてコメントを求められても困るよね。

 後半については、やっぱり、人権理事会委託独立して動いていて、報告は人権理事会にするから事務総長である私に言われても困りますよ、というコメントだとしか思えないですが。国連とは別の、国連の総意といったタームがどのような形で出たのかはやっぱり気になしますが、国連の総意でないのは、総会決議を受けていない以上当然だとは思いますが。たとえ話に意味があるかはわからないけど、これはたとえば天下りとか日報隠しみたいな問題に対して、ある省庁から委託を受けた外部監査委員会みたいなのが出した結論が、国の総意を反映しているわけではない、みたいな場違い感がある発言だと思いますので、「国連の総意ですか」とでも聞かない限りそういう発言は出てこないと思うんだけどね。

日経記事にしてますね。

http://www.nikkei.com/article/DGKKASFS28H3S_Y7A520C1PE8000/

読売

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/world/20170529-OYT1T50048.html

読売見出しは誤解を招きそう。

2015年日韓合意に基づいて解決したとされるべき、と意味でいったのであれば、to be solved by the agreement between Japan and Republic of Korea (in 2015)となっているはずだと思うけどね。

2015-05-23

Japanese man arrested for landing drone on PM's official residence in nuclear protest

Japanese man arrested for landing drone on PM's official residence in nuclear protest

A Japanese man has been arrested for landing a drone on the prime minister's residence with a minuscule amount of radiation in an apparent protest against the use of nuclear power, four years after the Fukushima disaster.

Unemployed man Yasuo Yamamoto, 40, who lives in Fukui Prefecture in western Japan, was arrested on Friday and charged with obstruction of official business, police said.

The maximum penalty is three years in prison or a 500,000 yen ($5,370) fine.

Japanese media reported that Yamamoto turned himself in at a police station in Fukui and said he landed the drone as a protest against nuclear power.

Yamamoto faces a charge of "forcible obstruction of business" by having officials deal with the drone, a spokesman at the Tokyo Metropolitan Police said.

"The suspect planned to disrupt operations at the prime minister's official residence," the spokesman said.

Staff at the official residence, known as the Kantei, discovered the 50-centimetre drone on top of the five-storey structure in central Tokyo on Wednesday morning.

The radiation was so low it was not harmful to humans.

Blog posts claimed drone was carrying radioactive sand

Yamamoto blogged that the drone carried radioactive sand in a bottle from Fukushima and a card voicing his opposition to atomic energy, reports said.

The blog also said Yamamoto sent the drone on April 9, almost two weeks before it was found, and planned to land it in front of the premier's office but that he lost control of the machine and did not know where it had gone.

A later post complained that it took two weeks for officials to find the drone, while also voicing a nervous feeling.

"This is how a criminal must feel when seeing media reports about your own crime," he wrote.

No-one had been on the roof since Mr Abe used the helipad on March 22.

There are currently no legal restrictions on the use of drones, which are becoming popular in Japan particularly for aerial surveying, photography and video shoots.

Following the incident, the government said it would consider regulating drone flights.

Reports said the Japanese government also instructed the monitoring of airspace above important facilities be beefed up, including over nuclear power plants and airports.

A Japanese court on Wednesday approved the restart of a nuclear power station in the south-west of the country, rejecting concerns about nuclear safety in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima radiation disaster.

An earthquake and tsunami triggered meltdowns at a nuclear power plant in Fukushima in the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl, 25 years earlier.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-25/japan-man-arrested-for-landing-drone-on-pms-roof-nuclear-protest/6421442

Japanese man arrested for landing drone on PM's official residence in nuclear protest

Japanese man arrested for landing drone on PM's official residence in nuclear protest

A Japanese man has been arrested for landing a drone on the prime minister's residence with a minuscule amount of radiation in an apparent protest against the use of nuclear power, four years after the Fukushima disaster.

Unemployed man Yasuo Yamamoto, 40, who lives in Fukui Prefecture in western Japan, was arrested on Friday and charged with obstruction of official business, police said.

The maximum penalty is three years in prison or a 500,000 yen ($5,370) fine.

Japanese media reported that Yamamoto turned himself in at a police station in Fukui and said he landed the drone as a protest against nuclear power.

Yamamoto faces a charge of "forcible obstruction of business" by having officials deal with the drone, a spokesman at the Tokyo Metropolitan Police said.

"The suspect planned to disrupt operations at the prime minister's official residence," the spokesman said.

Staff at the official residence, known as the Kantei, discovered the 50-centimetre drone on top of the five-storey structure in central Tokyo on Wednesday morning.

The radiation was so low it was not harmful to humans.

Blog posts claimed drone was carrying radioactive sand

Yamamoto blogged that the drone carried radioactive sand in a bottle from Fukushima and a card voicing his opposition to atomic energy, reports said.

The blog also said Yamamoto sent the drone on April 9, almost two weeks before it was found, and planned to land it in front of the premier's office but that he lost control of the machine and did not know where it had gone.

A later post complained that it took two weeks for officials to find the drone, while also voicing a nervous feeling.

"This is how a criminal must feel when seeing media reports about your own crime," he wrote.

No-one had been on the roof since Mr Abe used the helipad on March 22.

There are currently no legal restrictions on the use of drones, which are becoming popular in Japan particularly for aerial surveying, photography and video shoots.

Following the incident, the government said it would consider regulating drone flights.

Reports said the Japanese government also instructed the monitoring of airspace above important facilities be beefed up, including over nuclear power plants and airports.

A Japanese court on Wednesday approved the restart of a nuclear power station in the south-west of the country, rejecting concerns about nuclear safety in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima radiation disaster.

An earthquake and tsunami triggered meltdowns at a nuclear power plant in Fukushima in the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl, 25 years earlier.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-25/japan-man-arrested-for-landing-drone-on-pms-roof-nuclear-protest/6421442

 
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