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The Embassy of Japan and Japan Tobacco International (JTI), for the eleventh year in a row, awarded five Sakura scholarships to students and researchers from Serbia for the best research papers on topics related to Japan.

Scholarships were presented on the premises of the Embassy of Japan by H.E. Katsumata Takahiko, Ambassador of Japan and Goran Pekez, director of corporate affairs and communications at JTI for the Western Balkans.

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