Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari is visiting Tokyo, Japan for four days. He received a warm welcome from officials upon his arrival. This visit marks the revival of leadership-level contacts between Pakistan and Japan. Bilawal will have talks with his Japanese counterpart and the Japanese Prime Minister. He will also meet with Japanese National Security Adviser and interact with business officials related to the import of Pakistani manpower to Japan. Bilawal is scheduled to deliver a talk at a think tank in Japan. The Foreign Office stated that Pakistan and Japan have a longstanding relationship based on warmth, cordiality, and shared views. This visit follows bilateral political consultations held by the Foreign Secretary with his Japanese counterpart. Diplomatic ties between the two countries were established in 1952. Previous visits by Pakistani officials have explored cooperation in various sectors such as human resource development, IT, tourism, and automobiles. In 2011, Pakistan’s former president also visited Japan, resulting in the signing of a comprehensive partnership agreement.
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