H.Res.508 - Recognizing the strong security alliance between the Government of Japan and the United States and expressing appreciation to Japan for its role in enhancing stability in the Asia-Pacific region and its efforts in the global war against terrorism.

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  • Official: Recognizing the strong security alliance between the Government of Japan and the United States and expressing appreciation to Japan for its role in enhancing stability in the Asia-Pacific region and its efforts in the global war against terrorism. as introduced.

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09/05/07
 
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Result: Passed - September 05, 2007

Roll call number 852 in the House

Question: On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Agree, As Amended: H RES 508 Recognizing the strong security alliance between the Government of Japan and the United States and expressing appreciation to Japan for its role in enhancing stability in the Asia-Pacific region and its efforts in the global war against terrorism

 

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Recognizes that Japan is one of the most reliable security partners of the United States. Commends the government of Japan for its role in enhancing stability in the Asia-Pacific region. Expresses appreciation to the government of Japan for its contributions to international efforts to comb

Official Summary

Recognizes that Japan is one of the most reliable security partners of the United States. Commends the government of Japan for its role in enhancing stability in the Asia-Pacific region. Expresses appreciation to the government of Japan for its contributions to international efforts to combat terrorism.

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