Sunday, November 18, 2018

Tag: H.E. Juichi Takahara

Ambassador of Japan to Serbia

Japanski ambasador

H.E. Juichi Takahara, Ambassador Of Japan To The Republic Of Serbia:

Developing Japanese Technology For Energy Efficiency

Technological development has always been achieved to cope with challenges that arose at a given moment. That is how Japan developed its technologies in the fields of the environment and energy, thereby overcoming two major challenges which arose: pollution and the oil crisis

Farewell Reception For Ambassador Takahara

H.E. Juichi Takahara to leave Belgrade after two year term, during which he has done a lot on bringing Japan and Serbia closer

Japanese Support For Seven Health Institutions In Serbia

A ceremony for the handover of Japan’s non-project donation for the procurement of industrial equipment was held at the “Dr Dragiša Mišović-Dedinje” Clinical and Hospital Centre in Belgrade.

H.E. Juichi Takahara, Ambassador Of Japan:

Cooperation Based On Strong Cultural Ties

Although Yazaki is only the third Japanese company to invest in Serbia, the two countries cooperate closely on the international scene when it comes to topics that are of common interest, in the fields of culture, scientific interchange and tourism. Given the reform processes in Serbia, both sides are looking forward to more vigorous trade exchanges and investment activity

2016/2017 Sakura Scholarship Winners

Japan as an endless source of inspiration

83rd Birthday of Japanese Emperor Akihito Celebrated

Ambassador H.E. Juichi Takahara hosted a reception to commemorate the 83rd birthday of reigning Japanese Emperor Akihito

New Infiniti Q30 Promoted At The Embassy Of Japan

14.10.2016New Grand Motors model - Infiniti Q30 - presented at the Embassy of Japan

H.E. Juichi Takahara, Ambassador of Japan to Serbia:

Enthusiastic Friendship

Japan recognises Serbia’s efforts in promoting the Western Balkans as a place of stability and prosperity, the Government’s EU focused reform goals, the potential the country offers investors and, above all, the mutual bonds that people of the two countries have built