Bishkek: President Sadyr Japarov of Kyrgyzstan is scheduled to embark on an official visit to Japan from November 17 to 20. This visit aims to strengthen bilateral ties between the two nations, covering a wide range of cooperative areas.
According to 24.kg News Agency, the head of the Foreign Policy Department of the Presidential Executive Office, the President’s visit will include meetings with key Japanese figures including Emperor Naruhito, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Speaker of Parliament Fukushiro Nukaga, and members of Parliament. Additionally, Japarov will engage with the leadership of various Japanese organizations such as ROTOBO, JATA (Japan Association of Travel Agents), JBIC (Japan Bank for International Cooperation), JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), and JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency). The discussions will focus on enhancing and expanding Kyrgyz-Japanese cooperation in trade, economics, culture, humanitarian efforts, and visa regulations. The visit is also expected to include the signing of several bilateral agreements.
President Japarov’s trip to Japan is part of a series of international engagements he undertook in November, following visits to Tashkent for the Economic Cooperation Organization meeting, Paris for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron, and Saudi Arabia for the Islamic Summit.