February 25, 2022

TIMES GALLERY – February 2022

Kosovo Ambassador Sabri Kicmari (second from right) visits the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, where he met with President Yoshiko Hayashi (second from left). The meeting was also attended by Vice President Jun Matsukuma (left), and diplomat Arber Mehmeti. | Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

The PROPEA professional business service agreement between the Czech Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan (CCCIJ) and the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tokyo was renewed on Feb. 3. Left: Roman Watanabe, CCCIJ chairman. Right: Czech Ambassador Martin Tomco. | CCCIJ

Japan’s minister of internal affairs and communications, Yasushi Kaneko, welcomes Cuban Ambassador Miguel A. Ramirez. They expressed a desire to continue strengthening friendly relations between their countries. | Embassy of Cuba

Ambassador Aleksandra Kovac of Serbia gave a lecture on gender equality policies in her country at Showa Women’s University, where she also met with Chancellor Mariko Bando, on Jan. 26. | Embassy of Serbia

Jordanian Ambassador Lina Annab met Sophia University Chancellor Tsutomu Sakuma on enhancing partnerships with Jordanian universities. From left: Yuka Fukumuro, Morishita Tetsuo, Chancellor Sakuma, Ambassador Annab and Third Secretary Talal Masarweh. | Embassy of Jordan

Jarman International’s CEO, Ruth Marie Jarman, joined a panel of key women in the Tohoku region to discuss the city of Yonezawa’s great potential as a destination for tourism and living. From left: Miho Uematsu, Satomi Abe, Mika Kuroda, Jarman, Meiko Hata. | Jarman International

Thanks to the International Exchange Organization (IEO), Charge d’Affaires Natalia Salazar (top, second from left ) shared the meaning of the Bolivian traditional festival Fiesta de Alasitas with more than 100 Japanese young people. Top left : Yasuyo Sato, president of IEO. | Embassy of Bolivia

The Embassy of Lithuania participated in the photo exhibition “Things We Want to Preserve for the Future” in Tokyo’s Minato Ward. Taking part in the opening event were families dressed in traditional Lithuanian clothes. | Embassy of Lithuania

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