Ambassador Horie’s Courtesy Calls (1)

Courtesy Call on the Hon. Vice-President, Yosiwo George

   On June 21(Tue), Ambassador Horie made his first official visit on the office of the Hon. Vice-President, Yosiwo George. Both talked over how better FSM and Japan should manage to enhance the current friendship relationship (KIZUNA) and cooperation framework together with the wide range of topics.

Ambassador Horie shaking hands with Vice-President Yosiwo George

Meeting with Vice-President Yosiwo George

Courtesy Call on the Hon. Secretary of Justice, Joses Gallen

   On June 21(Tue), Ambassador Horie made his first official visit on the office of the Hon. Secretary of Justice, Joses Gallen. Secretary Gallen extended his hope that he would be able to do what his Department should do to make the existing both relationship and friendship even deeper and stronger. Ambassador Horie expressed his solid expectations that Japan wants to build up worthy talks with Department of Justice and that FSM-Japan bilateral ties, the importance of which has been more familiarized by the name of KIZUNA since long, should be got more deeply attached to progressive and evolutionary ones.
 

Ambassador Horie shaking hands with Secretary Gallen

Meeting with Secretary Gallen

Courtesy Call on the Hon. Secretary of Transportation, Communication and Infrastructure, Lukner B. Weilbacher

   On June 21(Tue), Ambassador Horie made his first official visit on the office of the Hon. Secretary of Transportation, Communication and Infrastructure, Lukner B. Weilbacher. Both talked over the various topics in common and discussed how to contribute on the further development of FSM based on the friendly and continuous relationship between Japan and FSM.
 

Ambassador Horie shaking hands with Secretary Weilbacher

Courtesy Call on the Hon. Secretary of Education, Kalwin Kephas

   On June 21(Tue), Ambassador Horie made his first official visit on the office of the Hon. Secretary of Education, Kalwin Kephas. Ambassador Horie mentioned that Education is essential for the development of a country and Japan will continue to support FSM through various educational programs such as student exchange and fisheries technical training. Secretary Kephas expressed his gratitude for Japan’s friendly and close assistances in the various fields, and represented his will to contribute on the aim for the further development of FSM through the cooperation with Japan.
 

Ambassador Horie shaking hands with Secretary Kaphas