Bilateral domestic consultations between a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia and Japan were hold in Tokyo, on 2-3 Mar 2017.
The Japanese commission was headed by Deputy Director General for Europe, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Manabu Mijagava, while a Serbian commission was headed by a Acting Assistant Minister for Bilateral Cooperation, Ambassador Goran Aleksic.
During a talks, a dual sides remarkable a existence of good domestic family between their countries, stability to rise on an descending line, and reliable a need for serve encouragement of team-work in all areas of common interest. The purpose of Japan as Serbia’s poignant mercantile partner was underlined, among other things also since of a critical humanitarian, developmental and financial assistance to Serbia.
The consultations also dealt with issues on a shared agenda, focusing on a graduation of mercantile team-work between Serbia and Japan. The talks serve centred turn team-work between a dual countries in a horizon of general organizations, and views were exchanged on a conditions in a Western Balkans, Eastern Asia and other stream general topics.
During his revisit to Tokyo, Ambassador Aleksic had a assembly with President of a Japan-Serbia Parliamentary League of Friendship Ichiro Aisawa, Senior Vice President of a Japanese International Cooperation Agency Kenichi Tomioshi, and Director General for Europe during a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Yasushi Masaki.