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30 November 2020, 13:40

Belarusian ambassador attends meeting hosted by Japanese Prime Minister's national security adviser

Photo courtesy of the Belarusian embassy in Japan
Photo courtesy of the Belarusian embassy in Japan

MINSK, 30 November (BelTA) – Belarus' Ambassador to Japan Ruslan Yesin attended a meeting hosted by Advisor to the Japanese Prime Minister for National Security Affairs, BelTA learned from the Belarusian diplomatic mission in Japan.

“On 26 November, the Belarusian Ambassador, along with other representatives of the diplomatic corps, attended an extended meeting of Special Advisor to the Prime Minister for National Security Affairs and member of the House of Representatives of the Japanese Parliament Minoru Kihara with members of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan and the support group in the upcoming parliamentary elections,” the Belarusian embassy said.

The Belarusian diplomat wished Minoru Kihara successes in the implementation of the plans.

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Belarus and Japan were established on 26 January 1992.

The Japanese Embassy opened in Minsk in January 1993. In 2018, Japan decided to raise the level of its diplomatic representation in Belarus to the Ambassador.

The Embassy of the Republic of Belarus opened in Tokyo in June 1995.

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