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The reception hosted by H.E.Mr. S.A. Ketrandji to launch the new Japan Algeria Association

From right to left Mr. Masahiko Shibayama Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs member of the House of Representatives, H.E.

The reception hosted by H. E. Mr. Sid Ali KETRANDJI at the Chancery to launch Japan Algeria Association was attended by a number of VIP guests from political, parliamentarian, media, business, academic and artistic scene. Among them :

  • Mr. Masahiko Shibayama, Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs member, of the House of Representatives,
  • the former Japanese Defense Minister Ms. Yuriko Koike currently a member of the house of representatives,
  • H.E.Ms. Yamatani Eriko Member of the house of counselors,
  • H.E. Mr. Yoshitaka Murata, former Minister, Member of the House of Representatives and Secretary General of the parliamentarian friendship committee with Algeria ,
  • the Chairman of JETRO Mr.Yasuo Hayashi,
  • Mr. Kazuhisa Matsuoka President of Japan International Cooperation Center JICE,
  • Fujita Sumitaka Senior Cooperate Advisor at ITOCHU

From left to right Ms. Koburi, the United Nation University Rector Professor Konrad Osterwalder and his wife, H.E.Mr.S.A KETRANDJI, professor Koburi and Algerian ambassadress Ms. Amal Ketrandji.

From left to right. H.E.Mr.S.A KETRANDJI, the former Japanese Defense Minister Ms. Yuriko Koike, Algerian ambassadress Amal Ketrandji , the wife of the late Shin Watanabe, former Ambassador to Algeria.





















From left to right H.E.Mr. Yoshitaka Murata, Member of the House of Representatives, H.E.Mr.S.A KETRANDJI and his wife Amal Ketrandji .

The Ambassador had the pleasure of receiving also the United Nation University Rector Professor Konrad Osterwalder and his spouse and other distinguished professors from several universities notably Dr. Keiko Takaki from Obirin University, Professor Kisaichi Masatoshi from Sofia University, Mr. Atsushi Yoshida from Japan Institute for overseas Investment and many others .












From left to right H.E. Mr.S.A KETRANDJI and Professor Kisaichi Masatoshi from Sofia University

From right to left, H.E.Mr.S.A.KETRANDJI, Mr. Fujita Sumitaka Senior Cooperate Advisor at ITOCHU, Professor Kunio Fukuda General Secretary of the newly established Japan Algeria Association

From left to right Mr. H.E.Mr.S.A KETRANDJI and Mr. Kazuhisa Matsuoka President of Japan International Cooperation Center JICE

From right to left, H.E. Mr. .S.A.KETRANDJI, Mr. Shimizu Yukihiko from JGC

From left to right Mr.Yahiaoui Dahmane 2nd secretary at the Algerian Embassy and Mr Atsushi Yoshida from Japan Institute for overseas Investment

From left to right H.E. Mr.S.A KETRANDJI, Mr. Tsutomu Ishiai journalist at Asahi Shimbun and the former Japanese Defense Minister Ms. Yuriko Koike

From right to left H.E. Mr. S.A Ketrandji, Mr. Hiroshi Hayashi Japanese Painter and Ms.Nakatani

H.E. Mr. S.A KETRANDJI and Mr. Susumi Taniguchi making the Japanese Kampai tradition to announce the opening of the reception

In his speech, H.E. Mr S.A. Ketrandji paid a special tribute to Mr. Susumi Taniguchi as a distinguished friend who has actively contributed to support Algerians nationals struggle for independence. Mr. Taniguchi has been awarded with the merit medal by President Bouteflika in 2004.

H.E.Mr.S.A Ketrandji discussing with Professor Kasuya, a Japanese specialist of the Algerian music, he is an author of several press articles on this music. Professor Kasua actively contributes to make Algerian singers more known in Japan among them the late Dahmane El Harrachi, Cheikha Remiti and many others.

Bachraf Club, an Arab music band of Japanese musicians performing at the reception held at the embassy of Algeria on the occasion of the establishment of Japan Algeria Association

Distinguished gests at the reception held at the Algerian Embassy in Tokyo on March 27th, 2009.

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