A regrettable translation error found its way in the third paragraph of the article published in the 5082nd issue of “Nine O’Clock” of January 5, 2012, titled “No visa needed for maximum 90 days’ trip to Japan in 2012 also”. We hasten to correct it in today’s issue, stressing that Romanian citizens who wish to travel to Japan with a view to seeking employment, exercising a profession or other activities (including artists and sportspeople fields, for a fee) DO need a visa. Only Romanian citizens holding valid passports who wish to travel to Japan and remain there for no longer than 90 consecutive days do not need a visa. Romanian citizens who wish to travel to Japan are expected to abide by the Japanese laws and regulations. Nine O’clock regrets any inconvenience caused.

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