Islamabad - Japan is deeply shocked and saddened by the terrorist attacks which caused numerous deaths and injuries on January 30, in Shikarpur (380km from Karachi), Pakistan. Japan mourns the victims and expresses its condolences to the bereaved families. Japan also offers its heartfelt sympathy to those wounded in the attacks. Foreign Press Secretary Yasuhisa Kawamura issued statement in this regard that further says


Islamabad - Japan to support Pakistan for security arrangements at Ports in Karachi.Japan will provide a grant of nineteen million dollars to Pakistan for improvement in security arrangements in Port Qasim, Karachi Port and Energy Saving in Water Supply System in Lahore.

Two agreements to this effect were signed in Islamabad in presence of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Japanese Envoy to Pakistan Hiroshi Inomata. Speaking on the occasion, Ishaq Dar said Pakistan and Japan had a long history of economic cooperation.


TOKYO (Monitoring + DNA) -  Finance Minister, Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar called on Japanese Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Taro Aso here on Thursday.Both the leaders discussed matters of mutual interest, including cooperation in the field of economy, trade and investment and agreed to increase economic cooperation between the two countries.

Finance Minister Dar reiterated government’s resolve to root out menace of extremism from the country and briefed Aso about successes in the operation against terrorists. 


Islamabad (Staff Reporter) The Government of Japan has invited a delegation of 23 Pakistani High School Students from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and two supervisors to visit Japan, under the “JENESYS 2.0” Programme, from 9th February to 18th February 2014.

Press releases stated here on Tuesday that High school students from member countries of SAARC have been invited by the Japanese government to participate in this short tern invitation programme.

Pak-Japan Trade, Investment Reviewed

KARACHI (DNA) Pakistan-Japan Business Forum (PJBF) hosted a meeting by inviting the heads of other Bilateral Forums to discuss and initiate measures to address the issues related to trade and investments by their respective countries.Sohail P. Ahmed, Chairman of PJBF, stated that Pakistan provides a huge consumptive power which can be better utilized if all forums collectively approach the new government and appraise them of the impediments standing in the way of increased trade and investments into Pakistan.

Ten Pakistani students (Japanese Language Learners) leave for Japan

ISLAMABAD, May 16 (DNA): The Government of Japan has invited a delegation of Ten Pakistani Japanese Language Learners and one supervisor to visitJapan, under the JENESYS 2.0 Programme for the Japanese Language Learners, from 20th May to 25th May.

Japanese language learners from member countries of SAARC have been invited to participate in this programme.

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ISLAMABAD, NOV 22 (DNA) -This year is a special year for us as Pakistan and Japan are celebrating 60 years of their diplomatic relations, said Noor Muhammad Jadmani, Ambassador of Pakistan here Thursday, says a press release received here today from Tokyo.

He was speaking at a ceremony held at Pakistan Embassy in honour of Antonio Inoki a renowned wrestler of Japan who is going on a good will visit to Pakistan in connection with 60 years of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Japan.

Japanese embassy holds speech contest To promote creativity of the talented young students of Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, SEPT 19 (DNA): To promote creativity of the talented young students of Pakistan, the Embassy of Japan in collaboration with the Pakistan National Council of the Arts and the Pakistan-Japan Cultural Association, Islamabad has organized an Art and Speech Competition about Japan on .The Embassy of Japan in Pakistan has held this event in various cities of Pakistan since 1995, which amounts to seventeen years. Different schools in Islamabad and Rawalpindi participated in the Art and Speech Competition about Japan.

67th anniversary of the world's first atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima

TOKYO-06-AUG- - Japan marked the 67th anniversary of the world's first atomic bomb attack with a ceremony Monday that was attended by a grandson of Harry Truman, the U.S. president who ordered the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
About 50,000 people gathered in Hiroshima's peace park near the epicenter of the 1945 blast that destroyed most of the city and killed as many as 140,000 people. A second atomic bombing Aug. 9 that year in Nagasaki killed tens of thousands more and prompted Japan to surrender to the World War II Allies.


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