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March 4, 2021

Prime Minister of Japan to pay official visit to Romania in mid-January

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will pay official visits to six European states in mid-January, including Romania, Japan’s Kyodo news agency informs, citing Japanese governmental sources.

According to the information published by Kyodo, cited by Latvijas Sabiedriskais medijs (LSM), Latvia’s media organisation, Abe will visit Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and the three Baltic States.

Against the backdrop in which Bulgaria took over the rotational presidency of the Council of the European Union on Monday, Shinzo Abe wants to discuss with Bulgarian officials the coming into force, in 2019, of a trade agreement between Japan and the Community Bloc, The Baltic Times informs.

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