1/03/2016 H.E. Ambassador Dr. Fatimie Hosts a Lunch Reception for PEACE Graduation

March 1st, 2016: It was the pleasure for His Excellency Ambassador Dr. Sayed Mohammad Amin Fatimie of hosting a lunch reception for scholarship graduates at the embassy in Tokyo. 33 graduates who had studied in Japan under Japan International Cooperation Agency project called PEACE program.
In his opening remark, H.E. Ambassador Dr. Fatimie extended his gratitude to the Government of Japan and related offices, on behalf of people and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, for providing comprehensive, sustainable and impact generating assistance to the country with such a precious opportunity for Afghan youth. H.E. Dr. Fatimie also expressed to graduates his congratulations, and encouraged them that their home country is awaiting their earned knowledge and skills to be utilized.
Mr. Katsumi Moriyasu, Director of Afghanistan Assistance Planning Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, made a remark. He expressed his congratulations by representing Japanese Foreign Ministry to all the graduates, and wished their experience be fully helpful for their country's reconstruction.

Among the participating graduates, Mr. Gulbuddin Gulab and Mr. Mohammad Reza Ghulami made their speech respectively, to express their appreciation for the education and spoke of their aspiration to apply their earned knowledge when returning to Afghanistan.
It was followed by 4 other graduates' presentation of their thesis summaries: Mr. Osama Hidayat "Sustainable Neighborhood Design Criteria for Afghan Cities: Revising the Basis of Planning a New Type of Progress"; Mr. Shams Hayat Khan "Studies on Efficient Use of Irrigation Water in Afghanistan"; Mr. Jamal Abdul Naser Shokory "Climate Change Impact on Water Resources in Kabul River Basin" and Mr. Mohammad Reza Qasemi "The Contribution of Track Two Diplomacy to Promoting Peace Talks with the Taliban: The Case of the Pugwash Initiatives on Afghanistan." 
Afghan dishes were served, and for their achievements, the certificate of completion were given to all graduates from the embassy and JICA respectively.

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