President Arif Alvi to embark on Japan go to tomorrow

ISLAMABAD: President Arif Alvi is scheduled to undertake a five-day official go to to Japan from Sunday (tomorrow), ARY Information reported on Saturday.

In line with International Workplace Spokesman Dr Faisal, President Arif Alvi is paying the go to on the invitation of the Authorities of Japan to attend the ceremony of Emperor Naruhito’s ascension to the Chrysanthemum Throne.

The occasion can be attended by various worldwide leaders, a FO assertion stated.

President Arif Alvi can be scheduled to carry conferences with the political management of Japan, throughout his five-day official go to.

Pakistan and Japan are long-standing buddies. The cooperative bilateral relations have been on an upward trajectory, with an enormous potential to boost mutually useful cooperation in various areas resembling financial, industrial, funding, IT, agriculture, human useful resource growth and tourism.

Learn extra: President Alvi, PM Khan condole deaths in Japan hurricane

The go to by the president would additional cement the already current pleasant relations between the 2 international locations.

Earlier on Monday, President Arif Alvi had expressed their heartfelt sympathies on the lack of treasured lives in Storm Hagibis in Japan.

“The Pakistani nation stands by the pleasant individuals of Japan on this hour of grief and prays for the early restoration of these injured,” International Workplace spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal tweeted.

Not less than 31 individuals have been killed in Storm Hagibis that left huge sections of cities in central and japanese Japan underneath water, with one other 15 lacking and 186 injured, in keeping with a report.

Greater than 92,000 households have been nonetheless with out energy early on Monday, a nationwide vacation, Japan’s Ministry of Financial system, Commerce and Business stated. About 425,000 properties had misplaced energy, the federal government stated on Sunday.

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