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UG welcomes Japanese Ambassador Hiroshi Inomata

14 November 2016
The Japanese delegation and the organizing committee, with in front center Hiroshi Inomata (right) and Sibrand Poppema. Photo: Marcel Spanjer

The University of Groningen today welcomed the Japanese Ambassador, Hiroshi Inomata. This morning he opened the ‘Seminar on Regional Security and Cooperation in East Asia, perspectives on the role of Japan’ organized by Globalisation Studies Groningen, the Centre for East Asian Studies and the Centre for Japan Studies at the UG.

More information about the seminar can be found on the website of the Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen.

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