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Chairman of Japan-Jordan Association congratulates Jordan’s 76th Independence Day

Jordan's King Abdullah II (L) speaks during a joint press conference held after the Japan-Jordan Summit Meeting at the prime minister's office in Tokyo on November 27, 2018. (AFP)
Jordan's King Abdullah II (L) speaks during a joint press conference held after the Japan-Jordan Summit Meeting at the prime minister's office in Tokyo on November 27, 2018. (AFP)
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25 May 2022 08:05:16 GMT9
25 May 2022 08:05:16 GMT9

Diana Farah

DUBAI: Chairman of the Japan-Jordan Association SASAKI Mikio congratulated the people of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on its 76th anniversary of their Independence Day.

Jordan’s King Abdullah II said on Wednesday that the Jordanian government will work on program to develop the public sector during his Independence Day speech.

Mikio commended the king’s “strong leadership and the tireless commitment of the Jordanian authorities and people in these turbulent times with COVID-19.”

The chairman also said Japan witnessed great achievements with the 24 Jordanian athletes that competed in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games last summer.

In his congratulatory message, Mikio added that under the leadership of Jordan’s Royal Family, “Jordan has and continues to play an important role in the stability and security of the Middle East and is one of Japan’s most important partners.”

He praised the long history shared between the two nations and said the bilateral relationship was one that can help make economic and cultural ties stronger.

Diplomatic relations between Jordan and Japan were established on July 14, 1954, signifying their 68th anniversary soon. 

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