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Commemorative Pamphlet of 50 years of Relationship
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The Saudi Arabia-Japan relationship, which has been solid for the past fifty years, is distinctively built on common values and shared interests. It has proven to be a model for bridging the gap between people and culture. Visits by members of the royal families and government officials from both countries contributed significantly towards strengthening the bonds and scopes of cooperation. Japan, the second largest economy in the world, enjoys respect and admiration around the globe On the political level, Japan plays a central role, in Asia in particular and the world in general, in supporting peace and stability in the Middle East. On the economic level, Japan is Saudi Arabiafs second largest trading partner, where it receives one-third of its energy supplies and Japanese trade and industrial investments support the development of the Saudi  ...More

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Japan celebrate this year the 50th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic relations.  These deep-rooted relations are considered to be a model of relations between friends established on mutual respect and realization of common interests. The Kingdom of    ...More

Official contacts between Saudi Arabia and Japan began in 1938 when Hafiz Wahba, Saudi envoy to England, visited Japan to attend the inauguration of the Tokyo Mosque. In reciprocation, Masayuki Yokoyama, Japanese envoy to Egypt, visited Saudi Arabia in 1939 and had an audience with King Abdulaziz in Riyadh ...More
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Trades between Saudi Arabia and Japan are complementary to each other. Saudi Arabia provides Japan with no less than 29% of its petroleum needs, while Japan supplies various sorts of machinery and appliances. Japan is the second largest trade partner of Saudi Arabia, topped only by the United States ...More

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