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Tokyo government reaffirms connections to Islamic countries

Tokyo Governor KOIKE Yuriko speaks to the heads of diplomatic missions to Japan while the Palestinian Ambassador Waleed Siam (right) listens. (ANJ)
Tokyo Governor KOIKE Yuriko speaks to the heads of diplomatic missions to Japan while the Palestinian Ambassador Waleed Siam (right) listens. (ANJ)
Tokyo Governor KOIKE Yuriko speaks to the heads of diplomatic missions to Japan. (ANJ)
Tokyo Governor KOIKE Yuriko speaks to the heads of diplomatic missions to Japan. (ANJ)
Tokyo Governor KOIKE Yuriko speaks to the heads of diplomatic missions to Japan. (ANJ)
Tokyo Governor KOIKE Yuriko speaks to the heads of diplomatic missions to Japan. (ANJ)
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27 May 2022 12:05:14 GMT9
27 May 2022 12:05:14 GMT9
  • Today, we are here to participate and support the Tokyo Metropolitan Initiative for improvement of the environment for the multi-faith community: Palestinian Ambassador Waleed Siam

Arab News Japan

TOKYO: Diplomats from Islamic countries and regions took part in a Tokyo policy briefing and discussion meeting at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office on Wednesday.

Tokyo Gov. KOIKE Yuriko, who has strong ties with Arabic and Islamic countries, made the opening remarks.

“It is a great pleasure and honor to welcome you to the ‘Tokyo Networking.’ I am very pleased to have you here in person this year after two years of cancellations due to COVID-19.

“These two years have been a long battle against the virus. Through regular communication with you, we have been able to keep it from spreading extensively. Thank you everyone for your enormous cooperation,” Governor Koike said.

“Japan and the followers of Islam have long enjoyed friendly relations in various fields. It is my sincere hope that good relations with your countries will continue.”

Forty-nine Islamic countries and regions were invited and 27 attended the meeting.

Palestinian Ambassador Waleed Siam made a speech as a representative of the diplomats.

“Today, we are here to participate and support the Tokyo Metropolitan Initiative for improvement of the environment for the multi-faith community,” he said. “The Muslim community is an important and large part of society as a whole.

“Thanks to Gov. Koike’s efforts who started Iftar in Tokyo 15 years ago, it has since been held every year (except during the pandemic).”

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