Japanese envoy lauds existing bilateral ties in the field of sports

VIACliff Riang'a
Written By: Cliff Riang'a

Japan’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr. Motegi Toshimitsu has hailed the bilateral ties between Kenya and Japan in the field of sports.

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The foreign envoy said this as she was hosted by the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Culture and Heritage Ambassador Dr. Amina Mohamed in a local hotel.

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Ahead of the summer Olympics to be held in Tokyo, Japan as from Friday, July 23rd 2021 to Sunday, 8th August 2021, Mr Motegi lauded the partnership by insisting that: “though Kenya

could go ahead of Japan in a marathon race, he hoped Japan and Kenya would

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steadily advance their bilateral relations, shoulder-to-shoulder.”

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On his part, Dr. Amina Mohamed commended the existing relationship and looked forward to deepening of ties in various spheres: “the overall bilateral relations are advancing steadily through sports and cultural exchanges, and I hope to cooperate with Japan for the successful

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Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games including training, sports medicine, and

host town exchanges,” she added


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