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Japan has officially opened it’s new embassy building in Serbia, in Belgrade’s Cherry Blossom Street (Ulica Tresnjin cvet)), the inserbia.info website reported.
The opening ceremony was attended by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who said that he hopes that the further strengthening of bilateral ties will be as efficient as the construction of the embassy building. He specifically pointed to the growth potential of trade between the two countries.
Vucic expressed gratitude to Japan for its support and aid to Serbia after the devastating floods in May last year.
Japanese Ambassador Masafumi Kuroki thanked the government of Serbia and the authorities in Belgrade for their cooperation in the construction of the new embassy building.
We are glad that the Embassy of Japan is located in the street called Cherry Blossom, as this is the symbol of spring in Japan, said Ambassador Kuroki, voicing hope that the opening of the new building will give a new momentum to bilateral cooperation, especially in the field of economy.
Serbia is about to open various chapters with the European Union, but I hope that new chapters will be opened with Japan as well, the ambassador said.
Kilde / Source: www.inserbia.info
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