Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida went to the United Arab Emirates for a U.N. climate conference. He will talk with Israeli President Isaac Herzog. He is going to deliver a speech on Japan’s plan to reduce carbon emissions. Kishida also plans to talk with leaders from Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, and Italy. This will be his first in-person talk with an Israeli leader since a conflict in Gaza. He wants to call for easing tensions in the conflict. Japan depends on the Middle East for oil and energy, so it tries to balance its relationships in the region. Kishida also wants to encourage countries to work on the 2015 Paris Agreement, which aims to limit global warming.
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