Japanese politician says rice ‘tastes better’ thanks to climate change

The second man in the ruling party in Japan, Taro Aso, claimed that the rice is from Hokkaido (the north of the country) “better taste” Thanks to climate change, a comment that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida had to apologize for.

Aso, former deputy prime minister and former president of Japan FinanceThis came during an election campaign in the island north of Japan last Monday, to hold the general elections that will be held next Sunday.

“It is said that it is hotter when talking about negative effects [del cambio climático], but you can also see that rice is produced with The best taste in Hokkaido “Thanks for the warm-up,” Aso said.

“It’s said to be hotter when talking about the negative effects, but you can also see that better tasting rice is produced”

“I guess it wasn’t enough comments, and I apologize for thatThe Prime Minister of Japan when asked about it in an interview with the network said BS Fuji . TV Eve was collected this Wednesday by the national media.

“Climate change is an important global issue that can cause disasters and Affect agricultural productssaid Kishida, who is due to attend the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) to be held on Sunday in the UK.

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aso, 81 years who served as prime minister between 2008 and 2009, has a long history of controversial statements that include derogatory comments about women, the elderly or the unemployed, On the superiority of race and culture Japanese or Nazi “example” of the ruling party.

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