The Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Japan, Anesa Kundurovic, presented the letters of credence to the Japanese Emperor Akihito

9 April 2014

The Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Japan, Anesa Kundurović, presented

the letters of credence to the Japanese Emperor Akihito

The Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Japan, Anesa Kundurović, presented

the letters of credence to the Japanese Emperor Akihito at the official ceremony held on

9 April 2014 at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Ambassador Kundurović conveyed the

greetings of the Presidency of BiH and expressed her wish to intensify cooperation in all

fields, especially in the economic field and in encouring Japanese investors to invest in

the BiH economy. Ambassador Kundurović expressed her gratitude for the continuous

support of the Government and citizens of Japan to Bosnia and Herzegovina and its

citizens through various grants and projects and their great contribution to the

reconstruction and recovery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and on this occasion invited

the Emperor Akihito to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ambassador Kundurović stated

that one of her first official visits will be organized to Fukushima and the region affected

by the earthquake and tsunami of 2011, for the purpose of offering support and

solidarity with the Japanese people.

The Emperor Akihito expressed his satisfaction with the reception and the accreditation

of the first woman ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Japan, and wished

success to the newly appointed Ambassador with the hope that good and friendly

relations between the two countries will continue to develop at bilateral and multilateral

levels.

Following the credentials ceremony, Ambassador Kundurović had a lengthy

conversation with the Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, Yoshitaka

Shindo, who also attended the ceremony.

 

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