02.09.2016 H.E. Ambassador Dr. Fatimie Hosts a Lunch Reception for JICA's PEACE Graduates

H.E. Ambassador Dr. Fatimie Hosts a Lunch Reception for PEACE Graduates

September 2, 2016: It was the pleasure for His Excellency Ambassador Dr. Sayed Mohammad Amin Fatimie in hosting a lunch reception for scholarship graduates at the Embassy in Tokyo. 62 graduates who had studied in Japan under Japan International Cooperation Agency project called PEACE program. The reception was also attended by 18 delegates from various Ministries, Commissions, and Authorities in Kabul.
The Opening address was given by Mr. Asif Agah, Second Secretary of the Embassy, who welcomed all in attendance. 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. Hiroaki Ichiba, Japan’s MOFA Deputy Director Regional Policy Division, Asian and Oceania Affairs, gave his remarks. At this time 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. Ms. Muqaddesa Yourish, HR Director of Kabul Municipality, gave a compelling speech encouraging the graduates to use their talents to help their country. PEACE participants Mr. Ehsanullah Hassani, Mr. Balkhi Sayed Qurban Ali, and Mr. Azarakhsh Dewanchagi gave a speech and two presentations, respectively, in regards to their theses.
Afghan dishes prepared by the Embassy were served for all to enjoy, and for their achievements, the certificate of completion were given to all graduates from the embassy and JICA respectively.
Following the Graduate Reception, JICA organized a Counterpart Conference for the delegation from Kabul. This highlighted Japan’s experience and successes in investing in human resources of Afghanistan in order to bring to fruition post-war reconstruction.

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