JAPAN

JAPAN OFFERS HELP IN POLIO ERADICATION AND LADY HEALTH WORKERS PROGRAM

Islamabad (Staff Reporter)A high level delegation from Japan currently visiting Pakistan met the Minister for National Health Services Saira Afzal Tarar here today led by Secretary General of the Diet Task Force Dr. Kenzo Fujisue. The delegation comprises members of Japan’s Parliament-DIET alongwith representation of international agencies based in Japan.

Japanese investors are keen to invest in Pakistan – H.E. Hiroshi Inomata

Islamabad -The Japanese companies were taking great interest in Pakistan to invest in various sectors including energy and consumers goods and Pakistan need to further improve business environment by addressing issues like power shortage, infrastructure and security situation to attract more Japanese investment, observed H.E. Mr. Hiroshi Inomata, Ambassador of Japan while addressing business community at Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

PAKISTAN MISSION'S DRIVE TO PROMOTE HALAL FOOD SECTOR IN JAPAN

Tokyo - The Mission’s drive to present Pakistan as the Global Halal Hub took a new leap when Tomohiro Sakuma, Chairman Halal Japan Business Association called on Ambassador Farukh Amil. Their discussion was built on the solid foundation established by the Government of Pakistan’s decade-long commitment to develop and grow the Halal Industry to realize its full potential, not just among estimated under 2 billion Muslim worldwide currently (27 % of the global population by 2030) but also among the world’s non-Muslim population.

JAPANESE AMBASSADOR DISCUSS SALES TAX REFUND MATTERS WITH FINANCE MINISTER

Islamabad Japanese Ambassador, Hiroshi Inomata had a meeting with Finance Minister Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar here Saturday.

JAPAN CONDEMNS TERROR ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

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

JAPAN WILL PROVIDE GRANT FOR SECURITY AND ENERGY SAVING

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.

JAPAN PAKISTAN TO INCREASE COOPERATION IN ECONOMY AND SECURITY

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. 

KPK STUDENTS VISIT JAPAN

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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