Hashim Thaci on Japan media after the visit

Hashim Thaci on Japan media after the visit
 Hashim Thaci and members of Japan Government
 Japanese media reported on President Hashim Thaci's visit to Japan, which held numerous meetings in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.

The NHK Public Television broadcast live the press conference of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Thaci.

The media reported on the president's visit to Japan, which he described as crucial to creating a dynamic between Kosovo and Japan.

The NHK has also reported that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will continue to support Kosovo, working together to improve the environment for Japanese companies to expand investment in Kosovo.

Abe, according to the NHK, has promised the Kosovo president that Japan will continue to support Kosovo in its membership in international organizations and in strengthening international subjectivity.

Even Japan's Kyodo News Agency has described President Thaci's visit to Japan as important for boosting trade and economic exchange between the two countries.

"In a meeting with Kosovo President Hashim Thaci, Abe unveiled a plan to open a diplomatic office in the country in January, stressing that exchanges between the two countries have grown significantly over the past decade since the establishment of diplomatic ties in 2009,” wrote Kyodo Agency.

According to the agency, Abi has stated that he is determined to work closely with President Thaci to make our bilateral ties stronger and to seek peace and stability in the Western Balkans.

Newspapers in Japan have also reported on the meeting between Japanese Emperor Naruhito and President Thaci. According to Japanese media, the Kosovo president is the first leader to meet the Emperor after taking office in May this year.

Media in Japan have announced that the Emperor's grand coronation ceremony will be held in October this year.
Hashim Thaci on Japan media after the visit Hashim Thaci on Japan media after the visit Sunday, September 15, 2019 Rating: 5
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