Rawalpindi, 22 September 2022 (TDI): Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Wada Mitsuhiro called on Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa. The meeting took place at General Headquarters (GHQ), Rawalpindi on Thursday.

During the meeting, Ambassador Wada Mitsuhiro and Army Chief discussed the topics of shared interest. The two dignitaries also discussed the situation of the security of the region.

Moreover, they agreed to collaborate and enhance partnerships in taking humanitarian measures. The Ambassador of Japan conveyed his condolences to the families of victims of the tragedy inflicted by the recent flooding in Pakistan.

In addition, he pledged his whole solidarity to the people of Pakistan. Ambassador Wada Mitsuhiro praised the efforts of the Pakistan Army to help the civil government in flood-damaged regions with relief and rescue activities.

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Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff on his part said that Pakistan values Japan’s role in global and regional affairs. Moreover, General Qamar Javed Bajwa stated that “we look forward to strengthening our bilateral partnership.”

On the occasion, Army Chief also thanked Japan for its aid. Furthermore, he emphasized that support from our worldwide friends will be critical in the rescuing and rehabilitation of the flood-affected people.

Pakistan-Japan Relations

Japan and Pakistan have cordial bilateral relations. Japan was one of the first countries to acknowledge Pakistan’s statehood. After the conclusion of the Allied occupation of Japan in April 1952, ties between the two countries were formally established.

Pakistan was among the few countries that opened its commercial office in Japan in 1952. It also played a significant role in reconstructing the Japanese economy through massive exports.