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Japan PM Kishida receives courtesy call from Club Franco-Japonais

Horiba (R) and Aschenbroich (L), handed a press release of the 31st Meeting of the Club Franco-Japonais to Prime Minister Kishida, on behalf of the club. (Via Japan PM's Office)
Horiba (R) and Aschenbroich (L), handed a press release of the 31st Meeting of the Club Franco-Japonais to Prime Minister Kishida, on behalf of the club. (Via Japan PM's Office)
Horiba and Aschenbroich, handed a press release of the 31st Meeting of the Club Franco-Japonais to Prime Minister Kishida, on behalf of the club. (Via Japan PM's Office)
Horiba and Aschenbroich, handed a press release of the 31st Meeting of the Club Franco-Japonais to Prime Minister Kishida, on behalf of the club. (Via Japan PM's Office)
Kishida welcomed the holding of the club's meeting and expressed his appreciation for the efforts of all concerned. (Via Japan PM's Office)
Kishida welcomed the holding of the club's meeting and expressed his appreciation for the efforts of all concerned. (Via Japan PM's Office)
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25 Nov 2022 08:11:55 GMT9
25 Nov 2022 08:11:55 GMT9

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DUBAI: Japan Prime Minister KISHIDA Fumio received a courtesy call from Club Franco-Japonais members on Thursday, the first meeting of its kind in three years.

The club’s French Co-Chairman Jacques Aschenbroich, its Japanese Co-Chairman Group CEO of Horiba Ltd. HORIBA Atsushi and other members of the club were present.

At the outset, Horiba and Aschenbroich, handed a press release of the 31st Meeting of the Club Franco-Japonais to Prime Minister Kishida, on behalf of the club.

Kishida welcomed the holding of the club’s meeting and expressed his appreciation for the efforts of all concerned. He also stated that he hoped to encourage the cooperation between Japanese and French companies.

In response, the chairpersons of the Club Franco-Japonais presented an exchange of opinions on themes such as tradition and innovation, as well as sustainability, at the General Meeting held in Kyoto. They also stated that French and Japanese companies reaffirmed to continue their close cooperation at the meeting in Kyoto.

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