On 7 of December 2012, the taking office protocol and presentation meeting between Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, President of European Council on Tourism and Trade and H.E. Keiji Yamamoto, Ambassador of Japan had taken place.

Prof.dr.Anton Caragea express his heart felted congratulation on the occasion of beginning of mandate of Mr. Keiji Yamamoto, appreciating that between Europe and Japan there is a long and positive history of cultural, economic and political cooperation and a large area of common interests , designed to forge a good understanding between the two nations .

The Europe- Japan relationship has the ability to become an example of building an economic and cultural exchange area between East Asia and Europe, remarked Professor Anton Caragea.

Now it is an auspicious moment for reconstructing and rebuilding the framework of dialogue and friendship between Europe and Japan, as the level of bilateral expectations is great and the political and economic will for such an improvement is marked clearly.

H.E. Keiji Yamamoto had expressed his satisfaction and appreciation for the encouragement`s offered by prof.dr.Anton Caragea and had stated that the vision of a economic, politic and cultural special relationship between Japan and Europe is a common shared vision.

Ambassador Keiji Yamamoto had express his country desire to receive in the near future the WORLD BEST TOURIST DESTINATION AWARD as a boost for tourism and international image of his country and as a bridge of friendship between Europe and Japan.

The dialogue had continued on exploring concrete sphere of economic activity interesting for both countries.

During the meeting where tabled also different aspects and analyses of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations and on ways of fostering this dialogue on to the future.

The comprehensive dialogue led the foundations of a successful diplomatic mandate and fostering the relations between European Council on Tourism and Trade and Japan and constitutes a promise for re-launching a traditional European diplomatic action towards Japan.

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