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A new director has appeared at the Japan Center in Vladivostok
Kazunori Kawahara became the new director of the Japan Center in Vladivostok. He noted that the institution will further contribute to the development of Russian-Japanese relations in the field of business, and also said that the "Ukrainian conflict" will not affect the work of the center in any way, the correspondent reports. RIA PrimaMedia.
- The task of the Japan Center is to convey to Russian businessmen what our country has learned. There was a time when Japan itself adopted experience, learned from other countries. This year, 183 people will study at the Japan Center. This is more than last year, so we can say that the interest of Russian businessmen is growing, - said the director.
Kazunori Kawahara also added that the Japan Center is outside politics, so the "Ukrainian conflict" will not affect the work of the institution in any way.
- In connection with the new sanctions, the work of the Japan Center will not change. We do not exist for this, our goal is business, no politics. I also want to note that the Ukrainian events, in my opinion, are not a decisive factor in strengthening relations between Japan and Russia. We are territorial neighbors, therefore we must develop cooperation, - said Mr. Kawahara.
Reference: The Japanese center in Vladivostok was established in April 1996 in the framework of the Japanese government's program on technical assistance to Russia and the CIS countries. During the existence of the Japanese Center, more than 1600 people were trained in the language of the Country of the Rising Sun, the center held more than 70 seminars with participation of Japanese lecturers, the number of trainees by results of participation in these seminars exceeded 600 people.