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The Embassy of Japan to Serbia organised a farewell reception to mark the departure of Ambassador H.E. Juichi Takahara after a two-year term.

The general assessment is that Ambassador Takahara has done a lot during his time in Serbia to bring the two countries closer together politically, economically and culturally.

The farewell reception was attended by numerous officials, including Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Nebojša Stefanović, Labour, Employment, Veterans’ and Social Affairs Minister Zoran Đorđević, members of the diplomatic corps and representatives of the country’s political, scientific, cultural and public life.

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