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双语新闻(2014年9月3日)

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**俄乌总统就乌克兰危机问题基本达成一致**

俄罗斯官员说,普京总统和乌克兰总统波罗申科就解决乌克兰危机所需条件的问题基本达成一致。

俄罗斯媒体援引总统发言人佩斯科夫的话说,两位领导人通了电话,就结束乌克兰东南部地区流血冲突的途径问题交换了看法。佩斯科夫说,对于可能解决危机的途径问题,普京和波罗申科的看法基本一致。

乌克兰军队和亲俄反政府武装力量一直在乌克兰东部激战。乌克兰军方发言人利申科星期二说,自星期一凌晨以来,有15名乌克兰军人在乌克兰东部阵亡。

大部分战斗发生在顿涅茨克周边地区。顿涅茨克是分离分子最大的根据地,也是亲俄分离分子占据的两个主要城市之一。叛乱分子争取从乌克兰统治下获得自治。

分离分子占据的另一个城市是卢甘斯克。

Russian, Ukrainian Presidents Find Common Ground on Ukraine Crisis

A Russian official says President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart, Petro Poroshenko, largely agree on what needs to be done to resolve the Ukraine crisis.

Russian news agencies quote presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying the two leaders exchanged views in a phone conversation on ways to stop the "bloodshed" in southeastern Ukraine. Peskov said the views of Mr. Putin and Mr. Poroshenko "largely coincide" on possible ways out of the crisis.

Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian rebel forces have engaged in fierce clashes in eastern Ukraine. A Ukrainian military spokesman, Andriy Lysenko, said Tuesday that 15 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in fighting in the east since early Monday.

Most of the fighting has been around the city of Donetsk, the rebels' largest stronghold and one of two major cities controlled by pro-Russian rebels seeking autonomy from Ukrainian rule.

The other city is Luhansk.

** 五名女性进入安倍新内阁**

五名女性被提名进入日本内阁,此举凸显了安倍晋三首相致力于更好地动员女性协助振兴经济。

在新内阁的18名成员中,女性人数是自2001年以来最多的。在即将卸任的内阁中,只有两名女成员。

安倍首相曾经表示,他希望到2020年日本政界和企业界30%的领导人将由女性担任,以帮助解决日本日益严重的劳动力短缺问题。

在星期三宣布这一决定之前,日本内阁官房长官菅义伟说,赋予女性权力将是安倍政府的主要支柱之一。

安倍首相的几名主要内阁成员留任,包括财务大臣麻生太郎、外交大臣安田文雄和官房长官菅义伟。

这是安倍晋三第一次改组内阁。安倍自2012年就任首相以来,民众支持率从60%左右下降到50%左右。


Japan's Abe Includes 5 Women in New Cabinet

Five women have been named to Japan's new cabinet, underscoring Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's commitment to better utilizing women to help revitalize the economy.

The new 18-member lineup has more female members than any Japanese cabinet since 2001. It includes more than the outgoing cabinet, which had just two female ministers.

Prime Minister Abe has said he wants women to make up 30 percent of Japan's political and business leaders by 2020, to help address Japan's worsening shortage of workers.

Before the move was announced Wednesday, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said empowering women will be one of the "big pillars" of Mr. Abe's government.

Mr. Abe retained several key ministers, including Finance Minister Taro Aso, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, and Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga.

It is the first cabinet reshuffle for Mr. Abe, who has seen his popularity fall to around 50.

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