Israel and Japan teaming up in hi-tech, biotechnology and tourism fields

Jerusalem mayor meeting with elected Japanese officials to discuss Israeli-Japanese cooperation

July 11, 2019 04:35
Israel and Japan teaming up in hi-tech, biotechnology and tourism fields

Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion & Kyoto Mayor Daisaku Kadokawa. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion met with Kyoto Mayor Daisaku Kadokawa in Japan on Wednesday.

Lion and Kadokawa discussed the development and cooperation between Israel and Japan. They also spoke about exchanging delegations between the two cities.

"I thank the Mayor of Kyoto for an excellent meeting, for the warm relations and fruitful cooperation, and I invite the Mayor for a reciprocal visit to Jerusalem, where we would be happy to host him," said Lion.

The mayor is visiting Japan in hopes of bringing about new cooperation between Jerusalem and Japan in areas of art, culture, science and technology, and tourism.

Lion is also scheduled to meet with the Governor of Tokyo, other elected officials, technology entrepreneurs and also with the Japanese Jewish community.

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