Japan wants to escape from the frustrations of the existing Moratorium on whaling, allegedly from the International whaling Commission (IWC). Such a decision would give the government until the end of the year, reported the Japanese news Agency Kyodo on Thursday, citing not called circles.
A spokesman for the fisheries Ministry explained on request, it is not to be decided. That Japan is considering withdrawing from the IWC seriously, is already longer known.
“We will seriously consider any Option” that had Hideki Moronuki, the responsible civil servant in the fisheries Ministry, until the end of September, explains. According to Kyodo, the government plans next year to withdraw.