Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Monday the government will consider stopping financial contributions to UNESCO or reducing the amount, given the U.N. body’s decision to add Chinese documents on the Nanjing Massacre to the “Memory of the World” program.
The top government spokesman made the remarks on a TV program.
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