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Shinzo Abe will lead the delegation of Japan at the WEF
The representative official delegation of Japan will take part in the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok. She will be led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, if his work schedule allows.
In Moscow, in front of the forum, a meeting was held between the Advisor to the President of Russia Anton Kobyakov and the Japanese Ambassador to Russia Toyohisa Kodzuki. The parties discussed the interaction of countries within the WEF, in the preparation and conduct of which Japan is actively involved. This year she is a co-organizer of the forum. More than 130 representatives of the Japanese business community have confirmed their participation in the WEF.
According to the organizers of the forum, the delegation from the Land of the Rising Sun will traditionally take an active part in the activities of the WEF sports program, including in the sumo match and the annual international judo tournament named after Jigoro Kano. In addition, the Japanese side received an invitation to jointly organize events at the Street of the Far East exhibition. A gazebo of Japan will appear on this site, which will become a symbol of the sports brotherhood of the two countries.