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    •   October 14, 2011   
    • New Zealand opposes Japanese whaling plans
    • Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully announced on Tuesday, October 4 that his country has joined in support of Australia’s legal initiative made last year in the International Court of Justice to halt Japanese whaling. 

      With Japan stating that the practice would resume this year in December, Minister McCully warned that the nation could become isolated from the international community if her government proceeds with such disrespect for the strong concerns expressed by the people of Australia and New Zealand. 

      He also warned that lives may be put at risk if there were a confrontation, especially given the peaceful but unyielding stance of organizations such as the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, which last year was successful in helping end the killing season early, saving the lives of an estimated 800 whales. 
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