National Traffic Safety Campaign"The Government will do its utmost to realize one of the safest road traffic conditions in the world," Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said at the Central Meeting of the National Traffic Safety Campaign, The number of traffic accident fatalities last year decreased to 4,373, staying at the 4,000 range for the fifth consecutive year and decreasing for the 13th consecutive year. | Discuss Japan-Japan Foreign Policy Forum
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“The Government will do its utmost to realize one of the safest road traffic conditions in the world,” Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said at the Central Meeting of the National Traffic Safety Campaign, The number of traffic accident fatalities last year decreased to 4,373, staying at the 4,000 range for the fifth consecutive year and decreasing for the 13th consecutive year.
Timelines  Jan. 17, 2014

National Traffic Safety Campaign
“The Government will do its utmost to realize one of the safest road traffic conditions in the world,” Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said at the Central Meeting of the National Traffic Safety Campaign, The number of traffic accident fatalities last year decreased to 4,373, staying at the 4,000 range for the fifth consecutive year and decreasing for the 13th consecutive year.

National Traffic Safety Campaign

“The Government will do its utmost to realize one of the safest road traffic conditions in the world,” Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said at the Central Meeting of the National Traffic Safety Campaign, The number of traffic accident fatalities last year decreased to 4,373, staying at the 4,000 range for the fifth consecutive year and decreasing for the 13th consecutive year.