Petition # 295: Formal acknowledgement of receipt!

Petition # 295: Formal acknowledgement of receipt!

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Petition # 295: Formal acknowledgement of receipt!

His Excellency Shinzo ABE
Prime Minister of Japan                                                                                                

The Hague, 11 June 2019
Petition: 295
Subject: Formal acknowledgement of receipt!

Excellency, 
This is our 295thpetition. In 25 years we sent 294 petitions to successive Prime Ministers of Japan including you.  We never received a formal acknowledgement of receipt. It is time that you take note of this total disinterest in our so called dialogue. 

Prime Minister,
During the forthcoming Group 20 Summit on June 28 and 29 in Osaka you could show interest in our so called dialogue. We suggest that in the sidelines of the Summit you explore with his excellency the Minister President of the Netherlands Mr. Mark Rutte. So that you can reconcile in the Reiwa era and rectify the moral obligations stemming from the Showa era, during which the individual Dutch from the Netherlands East Indies were denied respect and damages.

Prime Minister,
We learned that on the 23rdMay, during the Ministerial Council Meeting of the OECD in Paris, the suggestion was made by both the Foreign Minister of South Korea and her counterpart from Japan to raise Japan’s present dispute with South Korea in the sidelines of the Group 20 Summit. This is a good sign that disputes in the Reiwa (“beautiful harmony”) could be solved at the highest political level. We hope that you together with Minister President of the Netherlands Mr. Mark Rutte will be able to explore and seek a resolve in our dispute. I am copying this petition to Minister President Mr. Mark Rutte so that he is aware of our request.

Prime Minister,
I am looking forward to an early and formal reply.
Do not disappoint me again.

On behalf of the Foundation of Japanese Honorary Debts.

J.F. van Wagtendonk
President.
Copy His Excellency the Minister President of the Netherlands, Mr. Mark Rutte.