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Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia

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26 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 4th 2009, 11:47

The delegate of Japan feels sorry for the degate of North Korea because North Korea seems not to be much worring about deaths and damages that can be caused by tsunamis and earthquakes. Since the equipment and everything that will be bought against this issue is to prevent severes amounts of deaths, so the amount of money payed by each country should be pretty high.
This s a conflich between having some Asia's population dead or spend money to avoid they die, and the countries who refuse mean that they mainly don't want to waste money for saving lifes in danger because of natural disasters.
Of course, the country of Japan is asking for money to all countries in Asia, including Japan, as a contribution against these disasters.
Japan is proposing the creation of a satellite in charge of watching over Asia, which will prevent any affected country in Asia for any tsunamis, and will also be in charge of transmiting other communtications about earthquakes.
Second, the construction of safety buildings that i previously stated.

so, YES, the delegation of Japan is going to be asking for money to solve this issue as much as we can, to save lives.

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27 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 5th 2009, 08:04

Japanese Delegation,

Although it may seem as though North Korea is not very concerned for the climbing loss of lives due to earthquakes and tsunamis, that is not the case. Yes, North Korea may not be up to saving the lives of foreign countries as much as Japan or Australia, but one has to remember the position North Korea is currently in. We are in a very tight and desperate situation dealing with our own countries security. North Korea would be willing to support for ideas and infrastucture that will support North Korea. However, it is finding a very hard time setting aside money for other countries while the threat of our country not existing in a week is still a very real threat.


North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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28 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 8th 2009, 22:01

taking in concideration of the actual economic and social state of North Korea, the delegate of Japan find normal that the delegation of North Korea is not able to contribute to this solution but the delegate of Japan would find logic that North Korea start basing its economy on development more than the actual economic program, which is a nuclear defense program. see NK nuclear treat

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29 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 9th 2009, 09:46

Delegate of Japan,

Understandably it is thought that North Korea shoud focus its economic resources on funding programs that may be helpful in the near future. These funds would take place of nuclear testing funds. However, an attack by the US or South Korea is seemingly realistic so at this time North Korea is not able to cut off funds to this project.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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30 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 10th 2009, 16:10

Delegates of japan what kind of materials will be used to build those buildings so that they are earthquake proof? Myanmar was also just detected with a level 5 earthquake movement would japan do something to prevent the probable earthquake?

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31 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 10th 2009, 21:07

the delegate of Pakistan fully agrees with the ideas made by Japan. I have personly read the delegate's resolution and every action Japan wishes to take seem substancial. The only doubts Pakistan has in terms of this resolution passing is the case of money. A vast amount of money must be donated to keep our Asian countries safe. Pakistan pledges all Asian countries to donate the requested amount of money that Japan has decided. Japan has seen and FELT the worst of these nastural disasters, so Pakistan trust the consent of the delegation of Japan. But the delegate of Pakistan still has a specific question and Pakistan speaks for all delegates when I say: Exactly how much will it cost for the reconstruction of the new buildings that can withstand the force of a tsunami and earthuake?
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32 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 11th 2009, 10:57

The delegacy of Japan is grateful for the opinion of Pakistan and it remembers that this resolution is not just about money is about protecting the people of our countries. If we don't protect them, who is going to win that money for the country, who is going to work and develop, who is the majority of population? The people with money will probably be able to get safe in time due to the resources they have, but the middle class can only run away.

So we pledge all countries to help since a million dollars is nothing compared to a human life and this project will save milions of lifes.

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33 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 11th 2009, 11:19

As stated by the delegate of Japan-"this resolution is not just about money is about protecting the people of our countries". I would like to know how are you planing to save these people?
I also agree with the delegate of Pakistan. I've also read the delegate's resolution and every action Japan wishes to take seem substancial and a vast amount of money must be donated to keep our Asian countries safe. Pakistan pledges all Asian countries to donate the requested amount of money that Japan has decided.

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34 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 11th 2009, 11:47

[quote="japan_prosper"]here are some possible action that can be taken to solve this issue

1> Create or include a complex and complete class that teaches (early children to old people, all social classes included without exception) all the actions that should be taken in case of any natural disasters. This class should be taken in all schools, for all students since it is an important matter in Asia, except war.

2> Install a system in all structure, at the base of the buildings, that can avoid moving in case of an earthquake, that would avoid the structure of the building to get destroyed and fall in pieces. issue: money to make this project.

3> Create build walls to counter tsunamis when they touch Japan, so the water won't destroy anything inside Japan, nor kill people. issue: money and people won't want to this kind of wall to be here.

4> Ask for help from other countries when natural disasters happen, ask money to repair or doctor to heal wounded people. Also ask founds from other countries to builds more hospitals because the amount of people wounded can be superior to the number of the number of free places in hospitals.

I would like to restate my question " How are you planing to save these people?" I agree with the fact that its important to save the population but, to be able to do what you stated in your resolution involves a dramatic amount of money, this is a fact that we cannot run away from and must be discussed now. Delegate of Japan, i would like to remind you that the delegation of Pakistan is still supporting your resolution but also would like you to give all the necessary information.

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35 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 11th 2009, 14:12



Most countries are aware of Myanmar s economical situation because of the sanctions being imposed there so Myanmar cannot afford to donate money in order to invest in Japan’s resolution even thought it wishes to. If the Asian countries vote in favor of Myanmar’s resolution to lift the sanctions being imposed there than Myanmar will be able to invest in such important issue in Asia that is protecting Asian citizens from earthquakes and tsunamis.

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36 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 11th 2009, 20:07

To the delegate of Myanmar, the delegation of Pakistan is supporting your resolution of removing sanctions from Myanmar. We believe sanctions are a terrible way of punishing a country and, as stated by the delegate of Myanmar-
"Most countries are aware of Myanmar s economical situation because of the sanctions being imposed there so Myanmar cannot afford to donate money in order to invest in Japan’s resolution even thought it wishes to. If the Asian countries vote in favor of Myanmar’s resolution to lift the sanctions being imposed there than Myanmar will be able to invest in such important issue in Asia that is protecting Asian citizens from earthquakes and tsunamis."
We believe its important to support the resolution of Japan as well, do to the fact that we all MUST do something about this natural disasters that are affecting Asian countries.
Delegate of Pakistan Diego Hernandez

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37 Money on November 14th 2009, 18:12

Hello delegates,
we as the delegates have calculate the amount of money that each country has to spend to our resolution. We defined it with the GDP, so that the countries that haven't money can't invest in our project. But also for the countries that have a high GDP and could invest in our project, the investment of each country will be smaller than 1 billion.I am sure that delegate Prosper will post the exact amount here. But I had a problem opening this document.
An other thing is that countries say it will be to much money, but how we after the tsunami in 2004, where all states investet like 7 billion of dollars to help the people, countries have the money to set it aside for natural disasters.
The japanese delegates are happy about any question about any question or critiques about our topic.

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38 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 16th 2009, 10:12

Japanese Delegation,

The North Korean Delegate would like some clraification. Does the Japanese Delegate mean to say that countries such as North Korea will not be able to take part in this resolution because we have a poor economy?

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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39 Clarification on November 16th 2009, 12:31

Hello delgate of NK,
sorry if the delegate of japan explained it unclear. Japan wants that every country of Asia takes part in our resolution. We want do put things into doing in all countries in asia, but we only want money from countries with a high gdp, because we think poor countries with other problems we can't ask for money. Japan wants that our resolution helps all countries and if it gets passed. We will begin to put the things into doing in all countries of asia, also in the countries of low gdp.

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40 Re: Tsunamies and earthquakes in Asia on November 16th 2009, 17:37

Japanese Delegation,

At first it was unclear to the North Korean Delegation as to what Japan was asking. However, now the North Korean Delegation understands what the Japanese Delegation was attempting to say. This resolution sounds much more plausible. Thank you for the clarification Delegate!

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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