Saturday, February 16, 2019

Tag: Embassy of Japan

Japan – EU trade relations: What can Serbia learn from this...

28 Feb., Serbia Radisson Collection Hotel

H.E. Junichi Maruyama, Ambassador of Japan to Serbia

We Want to Learn More About Serbia

The visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe to Serbia after 31 years was truly epoch-making. As a result, young Japanese volunteers will soon arrive in Serbia, while some Japanese companies have started recognising the benefits of Serbia. Our embassy is willing to help these initiatives.

Atsuko Shiotani, Economic Attaché at the Embassy of Japan in Belgrade

Promising Tide

Compared to ten years ago, economic relations between the two countries have – by and large – expanded significantly. Measured in terms of the number of Japanese direct investment in Serbia, we are seeing six times as many companies today as there were a decade ago. Important political events, as well as some recent investments of Japanese companies in Serbia, are forming the basis for longer-term partnerships.

National Day of Japan

Emperor Akihito’s 85th Birthday Marked in Belgrade

The Embassy of Japan in Serbia marked the 85th birthday of the Japanese Emperor Akihito. Reception held at the Belgrade's Metropol Hotel hosted by the Embassy...

Further strengthening of cooperation with Japan

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić and Japanese Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Junichi Maruyama said during today's talks that...

Japan-Serbia Business Forum

17 Oct. 2018

Signing Ceremony at the Embassy of Japan

Tecuja Cubota, the adviser at the embassy of Japan, and director of JKP "Osečina", Nikola Tomić signed the agreement on the provision of funds at the Embassy of Japan in Serbia. Serbian Minister of Environmental Protection Goran Trivan and Mayor of Osečina, Dragan Aleksić, attended the signing ceremony. Read more

Signing Ceremony at the Embassy of Japan

Tecuja Cubota, the adviser at the embassy of Japan, and director of JKP "Osečina", Nikola Tomić signed the agreement on the provision of funds...

Japan Foundation Grants 2019-20

The Japan Foundation and the Embassy of Japan in Serbia invite all interested institutions, organisations and individuals in the Republic of Serbia and Montenegro to...

The Government Of Japan Donation Worth EUR 1.5 million

Ambassador of Japan to the Republic of Serbia H.E. Junichi Maruyama and the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia and Interior Minister...

Japanese Competition Policy Enforcement Experiences

Embassy of Japan in cooperation with Japan Free Trade Commission (JFTC), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Commission for Protection of Competition organised...

Ambassador Maruyama Hosts Business Networking Lunch

Ambassador of Japan H.E.Junichi Maruyama held an annual Business networking lunch for the representatives of the Japanese companies and their partner-companies in Serbia.

H.E. Junichi Maruyama, Ambassador Of Japan To The Republic Of Serbia:

New View Of Serbia

It is important that the country name of Serbia will be much more highly penetrated into the Japanese society due to the Prime minister’s visit. Back in Japan, there must have been a lot of news reporting about the visit. So, ordinary Japanese people will hear more on Serbia; that it is a peaceful country now, that the warfare is over and that they could now consider traveling or investing in Serbia now. That might bring a good opportunity – H. E. Junichi Maruyama

Japanese Speech Contest Held At The Embassy Of Japan

The special jury award was given to a student of the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, Teodora Danilović, whose project is entitled on the topic "Why I love Japan".

Awarded Sakura Scholarships

Japan Tobacco International and the Embassy of Japan have launched Sakura scholarships to encourage students and researchers in Serbia to explore Japan.

Japanese Aid To Serbia Exceeds € 507 Million

A contract-signing ceremony for twelve projects for the basic needs of the population was organised at the premises of the Japanese Embassy. The Government...