December 23, 2022
MINISTRY OF THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS
As part of the fulfillment of his diplomatic agenda, His Excellency Ambassador Téte Antônio, Minister of Foreign Affairs, received today, Friday, December 23, in Luanda, the new appointed Head of the Diplomatic Mission of Japan.
His Excellency Toru Suzuki, who at the end of the afternoon went to the headquarters of the Angolan diplomacy, to present the Figured Letters to His Excellency Ambassador Téte Antônio, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Angola.
His Excellency Toru Suzuki, graduated in Law from Keio University, Tokyo, former Consul General of Japan in Perth, Australia and First Secretary of Japan in Norway, will replace his compatriot His Excellency Ambassador Jiro Maruhashi.
The bilateral cooperation between Angola and Japan began in 1988 with assistance through the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF).
Japan, located in the Far East, is known as the Land of the Rising Sun, is made up of a relief archipelago, formed by the islands: Kyushu, Honshu, Shikoku and Hokkaido.
An island country in the Pacific Ocean, it has dense cities, imperial palaces, mountainous national parks and thousands of shrines and temples.
Tokyo, the capital, is known for its skyscrapers, shops and pop culture.
DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATIN TECHNOLOGIES, INSTITUTIONAL COMMUNICATION AND PRESS OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS (DTICII-MIREX), Luanda, December 23 of 2022.