“Japan is at a critical juncture to continue functioning as a society”: Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s warning

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“Japan is at a critical point in order to continue to function as a society.”

Those were the words spoken by the Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio KishidaIn a speech to members of Congress, he warned against this A country may lose its viability due to a decline in the birth rate.

Fumio Kishida said it was a problem to be solved “now or never”.

It is estimated that Japan, with a population of 125 million, had a population of less than 800,000 births last year. In the seventies, this figure was more than two million.

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