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Friday 18 May 2018

Tokyo, Japan
Partnership among Pacific Islanders - Towards a Prosperous, Free and Open Pacific: It was more than 20 years ago in 1997 when the leaders of Japan and the Pacific island countries first gathered in Tokyo to launch the first Japan-Pacific Island Leaders Meeting (PALM, then known as the Japan-South Pacific Forum Summit Meeting). Japan was among the first countries to establish a summit-level framework dedicated to forging stronger ties with Pacific island countries. - Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan.
Saturday 23 May 2015
Iwakii-Fukushima, Japan
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged 55 billion Yen to 14 Pacific Island Countries to foster resilience against climate change and disaster, this morning 23 May 2015 in Iwaki, Fukoshima. “What will help us achieve this goal well is a community committed to the equality of all before the law, which places importance on democracy and has great regard for the human rights of each individual,” he said. He also raised questions for future pathways to growth.
Saturday 23 May 2015

Tokyo, Japan
Disaster risk reduction will be one of the main themes of the Pacific Island Leaders Meeting (PALM7) summit on May 22-23, together with other important issues such as the environment, climate change, sustainable development, people-to-people exchanges and maritime issues, Japan's Prime Minister said in a statement ahead of the meeting, welcoming Pacific Island leaders to Japan.