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For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
April 27, 2007

Fact Sheet: U.S.-Japan Cooperation to Tackle Global Trade, Energy, and Environmental Challenges

      President Bush and Prime Minister Abe Participate in a Joint Press Availability
      Welcoming Prime Minister Abe

Today, President Bush hosted Prime Minister Abe of Japan at Camp David. This is the first visit of Prime Minister Abe to the United States to meet with the President since the Prime Minister took office last fall.

In today’s meetings, the two leaders continued to build on the strong alliance between the United States and Japan, agreeing to work closely together to tackle critical global trade, energy, and environmental challenges.

The United States And Japan Are Working Together To Expand Trade Opportunities Worldwide

The United States And Japan Are Working Together to Promote Economic Growth-Oriented Approaches to Energy Security, Clean Development, and Climate Change

Joint Nuclear Energy Action Plan: President Bush and Prime Minister Abe welcomed the signing of a new action plan on nuclear energy cooperation that supports the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership and promotes the construction of new nuclear power plants at home and the peaceful use of civilian nuclear power in third countries, while strengthening nuclear non-proliferation, safety, and security.

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