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Ambassador of Japan to Serbia H.E. Katsumata Takahiko attended the event, and with the President of the JBAS, Goran Pekez, welcomed the guests.

Among many JBAS member companies, present were representatives of alliance international media (aim), publisher of CorD Magazine, a JBAS member for many years, and publisher of the traditional annual publication tied to the Emperors birthday, promoting Serbia and Japan bilateral relations, business relations, Japanese culture, in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan and JBAS.

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