Genba, Fabius agree to boost ties via Japan Times

CHICAGO — Foreign Minister Koichiro Genba and his French counterpart, Laurent Fabius, agreed Sunday to strengthen nonnuclear energy cooperation.


At the meeting, Genba proposed that bilateral cooperation on energy be expanded to green technology, and the two ministers agreed on the importance of doing so, a Japanese official said. France relies on nuclear power for nearly 80 percent of its electricity.

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