43 thoughts on “Bahraini royals say Let them eat Fukushima food

  1. be is on this trip to promote Japanese corporate capitalist interests. Including those of Japanese nuclear corporate capitalist interests; like those of TEPCO, the corporation which caused the Fukushima disaster.

    TEPCO did not cause the Fukushima disaster, an subsea earthquake and tsunami did … TEPCO were just very inept in their response and (non)recovery plan


    • OK, the immediate causes of the Fukushima disaster were, of course, the earthquake and tsunami. However, long before these, TEPCO had prepared the ground for that to happen by building a nuclear plant at a place where, sooner or later, there was bound to be an earthquake and a tsunami.


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  19. Bahrain-Japan cooperation in the human rights field discussed

    03 : 41 PM – 11/12/2013

    Manama, Dec. 11. (BNA) – Human Rights Affairs Minister Dr. Salah bin Ali Abdulrahman received here today the Japanese Ambassador to Bahrain Shigeki Sumi.

    Dr. Salah praised the solid deep-rooted friendly relations bonding Bahrain and Japan in all fields, noting that those distinguished ties were consolidated further by visits of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister, as well as other exchanged visits of officials from both countries.

    He highlighted the kingdom’s desire to avail of friendly Japan’s advanced and pioneering experiences in various fields, especially regarding spreading legal and human rights awareness, promoting the state of law and institutions and respecting constitutional establishments.

    The Minister also spoke about the recent report issued by the government regarding the progress of the implementation process of the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI), affirming that the process started since the publication of the report and the issuance of the Royal directives to implement all the recommendations.

    He also discussed with the Japanese envoy ways of enhancing joint cooperation, coordination and exchange of experiences and expertise in the human rights field, noting that a government delegation will visit Japan in 2014 to be informed about its developed legal and human rights experience.

    Ambassador Sumi welcomed the visit of the kingdom’s delegation to his country, adding that he will put forward a fruitful programme, and arrange meetings with a number Japanese officials, leaders and human rights organisations so as to enable Bahrain to benefit from his country’s legal and human rights experience.

    W H Q

    BNA 1248 GMT 2013/12/11



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