Azerbaijan, Baku, August 26 /Trend/
Japan will open embassies in 6 countries and will increase the number of staff in foreign missions to assist to expansion of the scope of Japanese business and to ensure the safety of Japanese citizens outside the country, NHK World radio reported on Monday.
According to the statement, Japanese Foreign Ministry plans to open embassies in Turkmenistan, Armenia, Bhutan, Namibia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, as well as in Barbados.
According to Japanese Foreign Ministry's representative, as expected, business activity of Japanese companies will increase in these countries.
Japanese Foreign Ministry also plans to increase by 70 people the staff in foreign missions.
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