Bilawal Bhutto on Japan visit

Bilawal Bhutto on Japan visit

At the invitation of the Japanese government, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Pakistan, is set to embark on a four-day visit to Japan from July 1 to 4.

This visit marks the revitalization of leadership-level engagements between Pakistan and Japan, following a significant gap in such interactions, as stated by a spokesperson for the Foreign Office.

Pakistan and Japan share a long-standing relationship characterized by warmth, cordiality, and a convergence of views on various issues.

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During his visit, Minister Bilawal will engage in delegation-level talks with his Japanese counterpart, Yoshimasa Hayashi. He will also have meetings with Japan’s Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, and the National Security Advisor, Takeo Akiba.

FM address to ADBI

An important highlight of the visit will be the Foreign Minister’s address at the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), a prestigious Japanese think-tank.

Furthermore, FM Bilawal is expected to engage with senior officials and executives representing prominent Japanese business entities involved in the import of Pakistani manpower to Japan.

Earlier this week, Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary, Asad Majeed Khan, conducted bilateral political consultations with his Japanese counterpart, Shigeo Yamada, in Tokyo.

According to a press release by the Foreign Office, the consultations encompassed a comprehensive review of various aspects of Pakistan-Japan relations. Both sides expressed their commitment to preserving, promoting, and diversifying the robust bilateral ties.

In-depth discussions on important regional and international issues also took place during the consultations.

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The Foreign Secretary also had meetings with Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Takei Shunsuke, and National Security Advisor, Takeo Akiba. Additionally, he interacted with Shun Imaizumi, the President of the Japan-Pakistan Association.

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