Japan appoints new ambassador to Iraq

Posted by on Dec 19, 2013 | Leave a Comment

The Japanese government announced on Tuesday appointed director of management and coordination of the former Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kazuya Nascida a new ambassador to Iraq instead of Masato Takaaka, while pointed out that the Ambassador will receive his duties next Thursday.

The news agency Kyodo in the news briefed him (range Press), “The Japanese government has decided to appoint a diplomat, former director of the Department of Management and Coordination in the Office of the Secretariat of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kazuya Nascida, a new ambassador in Iraq,” noting that “the new ambassador will begin the realization of next Thursday” .

The Ambassador Nascida 55 years, has joined the ministry in 1984, one of the graduates of the University of Tokyo.

The report was released Japanese informally, in the May 28, 2013, confirmed the growing Japanese investments in Iraq in parallel with the increase in loans granted by Tokyo to Baghdad, noting that indicators recovery Iraqi oil sector, “Note too,” pointing out that the processes of reconstruction on the “infrastructure crumbling” and upgrades introduced in the ports sector helped to boost production more.

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