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Main Events

Serbia participated in Charity Fair "International Ikebana Fair", December 7

Serbian Embassy had an opportunity to participate in another annual International Charity Fair and Ikebana Exhibition, held in Tokyo Prince Hotel on December 7. In this event, supported by its Honorary President H.I.H. Princess Takamado, many countries presented their products and delicacies.

During her visit to our booth, H.I.H. Princess Takamado showed her interest in the food products from Serbia. Mrs. Ivona Mrkić, the wife of the Ambassador, also presented to H.I.H. Princess Takamado a special handmade traditional gift from our country.

H.I.H. Princess Takamado and Mrs. Mrkić at the Serbian booth Mrs. Mrkić with Embassy staff at the Serbian booth

Serbian famous sportsman Dragan Stojkovic Piksi named Sports Tourism Meister of Japan, December 6, 2010

Japan Tourism Agency decided to nominate Mr. Dragan Stojkovic Piksi, famous Serbian football player, presently coach of Nagoya Grampus, a Sport Tourism Meister of Japan. By presenting this honorary title to Mr. Stojkovic, Japanese Tourism Agency aims at promoting Japanese tourism worldwide, as well as enhancing cooperation with Serbia in this field.

Mr. Stojkovic was officially nominated Sport Tourism Meister by Mr. Hiroshi Mizohata, Commissioner of the Japan Tourism Agency, at a ceremony in Tokyo on December 6, 2010. By receiving the nomination plaque, Mr. Stojkovic became one of only a few foreign athletes active in Japan who were given such an honorary title.

NGO Actions For Children in Crisis Christmas Charity Fair in Tokyo, December 5

In ACC organization held their annual Christmas Charity Fair in Ebisu, during which the visitor were able to purchase some hand made products by internally displaced women from Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija. For further information, please click here.

Embassy's prize awarded to the naive artist in Japan, December 4

On the occasion of the opening of the 36th annual exhibition of Japanese Naive Art Society, a special viewing of works of their members, previously touring in Serbia, was held in the Mori Museum in Ueno.

Head of Cultural Section Ms. Kovač gave a speech and presented an "Award of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Japan" to one Japanese naive artist, while other recepients were awarded with the prizes given by various governmental and art institutions in Japan.

Prof. Nobuhiro Shiba, Vice President of Japan - Serbia Friendship Society, also greeted the audience and expressed his hope for the future collaboration and strenghtening of relations between Serbia and Japan.

Exhibition of works touring in Serbia Visitors at the Japanese Naive Art Society Exhibition

 

Ms. Kovac gives a speech at the ceremony

Visit of H.E. Mr. Ivica Dacic, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior to Japan, November 30 - December 4, 2010

High level delegation of Serbia, headed by H. E. Mr. Ivica Dacic, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, visited Japan and had a number of meetings with the high ranking Japanese officials.

H. E. Mr. Dacic is the first Minister of Interior of Serbia to officially visit Japan. During his meeting with H. E. Ms. Tomiko Okazaki, State Minister and Chairman of the National Commission of Public Safety, the Memorandum on Police Cooperation was signed, enabling closer ties between the police authorities of the two countries.

During his visit to Japan, H. E. Mr. Dacic also had meetings with the Hon. Mr. Takahiro Yokomichi, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the National Diet of Japan, Mr. Hisashi Tokunaga, Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Shozo Azuma, Senior Vice Minister of Cabinet Office for Disaster Management, Mr. Takaharu Ando, Commissioner of the National Police Agency, Mr. Ichiro Aisawa, President of the Japan-Serbia Parliamentary League of Friendship, as well as Mr. Jiro Kodera, Director General of the European Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The delegation also visited the Center for Disaster Prevention and the Traffic Control Center in Tokyo, as well as the Honorary Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Kansai, where they were welcomed by the Honorary Consul General Mr. Naohide Ueyama and H. E. Mr. Ryuichi Tanabe, Ambassador, Representative of the Government of Japan for Kansai region.

H.E. Mr. I. Dacic and H.E. Ms. T. Okazaki, State Minister, Chair of the National Commission of Public Safety Signing of the Memorandum on Police Cooperation

 

Meeting with Hon. I. Aisawa, President of the Parliamentary League of Friendship Japan - Serbia Meeting with Hon. T. Yokomichi, Speaker of the House of Councilors of the National Diet of Japan

 

Talks with Mr. S. Azuma, Deputy State Minister in charge of disaster prevention Meeting with Mr. T. Ando, Commissioner General, National Police Agency

 

Meeting with Mr. N. Ueyama, Honorary Consul General of Serbia in Osaka

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