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Seminar on EU-Japan Relations

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About this Event

25 Feb 2013 @ 10:00

Podcast:

Download Ambassador Isticioaia-Budura's keynote audio podcast here
Download Mr. David Hegarty's keynote audio podcast here
Download Ms. Sayuri Ito's keynote audio podcast here
Download Mr. Michael Gaffey's keynote audio podcast here
Download Mr. Aiichiro Yamamoto's keynote audio podcast here

Powerpoint:

Download Mr. David Hegarty's presentation slides here
Download Ms. Sayuri Ito's presentation slides here
Download Aiichiro Yamamoto's presentation slides here 
 

About the Speech:

This seminar on EU-Japan Relations featured expert speakers on two themes: trade and development assistance. The seminar was timely in the context of the agreement in November 2012 to commence talks between the EU and Japan on a Free Trade Agreement, and the on-going commitment from both parties to development assistance.

About the Speakers:

Ambassador Isticioaia-Budura, Managing-Director Asia-Pacific, European External Action Service;

Ms. Sayuri Ito, Senior Research fellow, NLI Research Institute;

Mr. Michael Gaffey, Assistant Secretary, Development Cooperation Division, Department of Foreign Affairs.

Theme: Foreign Policy and ESDP 

Views: 1455

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