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Population issues key to finding solutions at the grassroots -- Mr. Shin Sakurai


, : Population issues key to finding solutions at the grassroots -- Mr. Shin Sakurai. Asian Forum Newsletter 3-3

The speech by Hon. Mr. Shin Sakurai, Chairman of the Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development, during the 6th General Assembly focuses on population issues and how it can be used as a key in finding solutions to the global problems brought about by population. In his speech, he stressed on the parliamentary movement who had a working relationship among the various regional parliamentary and legislative groups on population and development. In line with food supply, he suggested that it is important to build a rational solution from a long-term perspective by changing the rules of international trade to reflect the projected increase of population and the earth's capacity to ensure people a sufficient supply of food. In order to achieve sustainable development by resolving population problems, it is important for the elected officials of the people to join hands across national borders, seize the initiative and work on governments. He called on parliamentarians to work together to achieve sustainable development and resolve population issues.

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