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Ambassador of Japan H.E. Katsumata attended the ceremony organized by the company Toyo Tires Serbia on the occasion of the first delivery of 500 tires produced in their factory in Indjija.

In addition to the ambassador of Japan, the ceremony was attended by Vladimir Gak, the president of the municipality of Indjija, Yoji Imura, the general director of Toyo Tires Serbia, as well as other representatives of the company’s management and employees.

During the ceremony, guests loaded the last package of tires into the truck and sent it on its way to the USA.

Ambassador Katsumata praised the efforts of the Toyo Tires team, which, despite the challenges imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, managed to achieve the great achievement, and expressed gratitude to the Government of Serbia and the municipality of Indjija for their support.

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