On December 8, 2016, the embassy of Japan in Israel hosted a reception at its mission in honor of the 83rd birthday of Japanese Emperor Akihito. The reception was attended by members of the diplomatic corps in Israel and distinguished guests.

 

Following the playing of the national anthems of Japan and Israel, guests were addressed by the ambassador of Japan, H.E. Mr. Koji Tomita. The full text of the ambassador’s remarks appears below.

 

The State of Israel was represented by Ayoob Kara, Deputy Minister of Regional Cooperation, who praised Japan’s contributions to projects undertaken jointly by Israel and the Palestinian Authority, such as the Jericho Agro Industrial Park. Deputy Minister Kara’s complete remarks appear below.   

 

 

Among the VIP guests in attendance was Yarden Gerbi, Olympic bronze medalist at the 2016 summer games in Rio de Janeiro. In brief remarks to attendees, Ms. Gerbi spoke of her deep appreciation of Japanese culture, gained during her visits to that country in the framework of her sport.

 

Following the evening’s speeches, the emperor was toasted and guests enjoyed a buffet of Japanese food, as well as premium sake. Entertainment was provided by an ensemble of drummers, Taiko Life, performing on traditional Japanese drums.  

 

 

 

 

Following is the text of the remarks made by Ambassador Tomita:

 

Thank you all very much for coming to my residence to celebrate the 83rd birthday of His Majesty the Emperor Akihito.

 

At the outset, I wish to express my deepest appreciation to His Excellency Mr. Ayoob Kara, Deputy Minister of Regional Cooperation, who is here to represent the Israeli Government. Thank you very much, Mr. Minister, for gracing this reception with your presence. I am not going to acknowledge the presence of other distinguished guests and diplomatic colleagues, although I know I should, because the list is simply too long. But you all have my sincere gratitude.

 

I arrived in Israel at the end of last year, so I am about to conclude the first year of my assignment here. Time flies, doesn’t it? But the time seems to fly much faster here in Israel than anywhere else I have served in my professional life.

 

 

That impression is, of course, due to the fact that Israel is a very dynamic country with dynamic people. Not a dull moment, as you like to say. But another reason why my time here has been so intense is things are happening in our bilateral relations.

 

In 2014, Prime Minister Netanyahu visited Japan, which was followed by the return visit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in January last year. The exchange of visits has turned out to be a big catalyst for the progress in all aspects of our relationship. In fact I think I can say with much confidence that we are raising our game to a completely different level.

 

And this is particularly true on the economic front, where we have been seeing a flurry of activities---delegations, exhibitions, seminars---almost every week both in here and in Japan, reflecting growing mutual interests in a stronger economic partnership. Some major Japanese companies have taken steps to establish R&D hubs. We also have been seeing the deepening business alliance including acquisitions and joint ventures with a result that the Japanese direct investment to Israel has shown more than a 4 times increase over the past two years. And we are not done yet. There is a world of opportunities out there waiting to be exploited.

 

 

Next year, in 2016, we will be celebrating the sixty fifth anniversary of our diplomatic relations. As we stand at this historic juncture, I am very optimistic about our future. I am optimistic not only because things are happening, as I explained, but also because I believe our two peoples are natural partners.

 

Why? After all, the Japanese and the Israelis are two different peoples with different histories, different cultural backgrounds, and different temperaments. But we have proved that, by bringing together our unique talents, we can produce something special.

 

 

I give you an example.

 

If you look back our history, the area where we made the first real connections was in the area of martial arts. Many Israelis came to appreciate our culture through Judo, Karate, Aikido and so forth. And they didn’t just learn our arts, but injected their own spirits of daring and tenacity, creating their unique playing style and producing in time the world-class athletes in these events. I am very pleased to welcome some of your Olympic medalists tonight, including Ms. Yarden Gerbi, who just won the bronze medal in the Rio Games. My only complaint is she won the medal by beating the Japanese player.

 

As we did in the area of martial arts, we can produce a unique partnership in other areas as well. In business, the Israelis are well-known for their capacity to come up with a brilliant idea. The Japanese have the renowned prowess to develop such an idea into a high-quality product. By combining our unique talents, we can produce a partnership which benefits not only each other but also the international society as a whole.

 

 

Now I know you are getting hungry. You are in a mood for sushi rather than for long speeches. So let me conclude my remarks with one final thought.

 

I have been in diplomatic service for thirty five years, and what I have learned during all these years is that a relationship between countries ultimately comes down to human contacts. The main reason why I have found my time here so rewarding is that I have been able to meet with some great people. My biggest ambition as Ambassador is to dramatically enhance people-to-people exchanges to create a solid foundation of friendship, which would bring our partnership to its fullest potential. And I am counting on your continued understanding and support in this endeavor.

 

So thank you all very much, once again, for coming tonight, and hope you will have a pleasant evening.

 

 

 
 
 

 

Following is the text of the remarks made by Deputy Minister Kara:

 

His Excellency Ambassador Tomita, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

 

2017 will mark the 65th year of full diplomatic relations between Israel and Japan. Japan was the first country in Asia that had diplomatic ties with Israel; and Israel was the first Middle Eastern country to do so with Japan. Over the last few years our bilateral ties have developed substantially in many fields - economy, science and technology, culture and people to people.  Much of this is due to the investment and hard work of both our leaders – Prime Minister Netanyahu and Prime Minister Abe, who have also paid visits to Japan and Israel respectively.

 

 

During those visits the two leaders decided to take the relations to an even higher level and announced a "New Comprehensive Partnership" between our two countries.

 

Israel is proud to be a friend and partner of Japan.

 

There is great interest and respect in Israel for Japan - in the business community, in cultural and academic circles and in the government. We are also happy to see the growing interest about Israel in Japan; especially as a center of innovative technologies and a like-minded country.

 

 

Both sides complement each other - Japan is a world economic leader, Israel is the Startup Nation; Israel is known as a source of innovation, Japan is known as the country of long lasting tradition of quality manufacturing and advanced technologies.

 

An agreement for cooperation in joint industrial R&D was signed and is being implemented these very days. Many Japanese business delegations are visiting Israel and Israelis are visiting Japan, finding it to be a reliable long-term partner. We are about to sign an investment agreement which will help promote investments from both sides. Tourism is growing and we hope that in the near future direct flights will bring our countries even closer. 

 

 

Last year The government of Israel passed a special resolution calling for the strengthening of our ties with Japan. All government ministries were encouraged to promote cooperation with Japan and budgets were allocated towards this end. As a part of this resolution, delegations of 'Young Leadership' from different fields in the Japanese society, are coming to Israel throughout the year, under the hospitality of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, and are discovering our country and the potential for cooperation between us in many varied fields. These young leaders are Japan's future and they also hold the key to the continued expansion and strengthening of our bilateral relationship.

 

 

On this special day, on the occasion of  the birthday of His Majesty the Emperor and Japan's national day, I would like to convey, on behalf of the government of Israel, our warmest congratulations to His Majesty and wish him good health and much happiness. I would also like to convey our best wishes for the peace, well-being and prosperity of Japan and its people. 

 

To the His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, to the people of Japan and to Israel -Japan friendship and cooperation. 

Lechaim!  Campai!!

 

 

Photos  Silvia Golan

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

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On Wednesday evening, November 30th, a collection of diplomats, politicians, artists and community leaders came together at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art to celebrate the National Day of Romania. The event, held by the Romanian Embassy, celebrated Romania’s historical achievements as well as present and future Israeli-Romanian cooperation.

 

The evening opened with a stirring rendition of the Romanian and Israeli national anthems performed by Monica Schwartz.

Ambassador Andreea Păstârnac, who studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and at Bucharest University, then addressed the crowd in Hebrew. 

 

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After thanking the event’s co-sponsors, Ambassador Păstârnac spoke of the strong Romanian connection with Israel and the historical ties between the nations, citing several early cities (including Zichron Ya’aqov and Rosh Pina) that were founded by Romanian pioneers. He also spoke of more recent diplomatic events, including visits by the Romanian Foreign Minister Lazăr Comănescu and the President, Mr. Klaus Iohannis. The Ambassador declared her country’s staunch support for Israel, especially in light of the wildfires which recently ravaged much of the country.

 

Romania’s National Day commemorates the December 1st, 1918 unification of Romania after World War II. Ambassador Păstârnac recalled the many Jews who contributed to Romania society at that time, including Eli Wiesel, artist Iosif Isser, and author Paul Celan, as well as Romanian Jews who have contributed to Israeli art and culture over the years. 

The Ambassador chose to highlight specifically the science and technological cooperation that has been the focus of recent diplomatic initiatives between Israel and Romania. She mentioned Israeli-Romanian achievements in a range of scientific and technological areas, including the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) initiative project, based in Romania, which is the largest of its kind in the European Union. The Ambassador also gave credit to many great Romanian scientists and thinkers, noting in particular the Jewish mathematician Solomon Marcus who passed away in March 2016.

 

Israel’s Minister of Science and Technology, MK Ofir Akunis, complimented Ambassador Păstârnac’s Hebrew skills before reiterating the Ambassador’s message on Israeli-Romanian cooperation in science and technology. He also thanked Romania for its aid during the firefighting efforts of the previous week, and spoke about Romania’s key role in prior diplomatic efforts, including the lesser-known fact that the Israeli-Egyptian peace accords signed in 1979 actually began in 1977 in Romania. MK Akunis closed by discussing Israeli tourism in Romania, and expressed his own hope to visit Romania and continue this partnership in science and technology.

 

MK Yossi Yona followed Mr. Akunis’s remarks. MK Yona, himself an Iraqi Jew, spoke of the many great artistic and cultural contributions of Romania, including those brought about by Romanian Jews. As the child of immigrants, he spoke of the ability to build a new life in Israel while maintaining a strong connection to one’s place of birth, and how Romanian Jewish immigrants to Israel have done this.

 

Indeed, among the guests at the celebration were a number of successful Israeli-Romanian authors who continue to publish books in Romanian. Also in attendance was Rabbi Ephraim Gutman, who heads the Yaakov Yosef--Rav Zvi Gutman Synagogue and the Jewish Romanian Heritage Center in Tel Aviv. The center was named after Rav Ephraim’s two older brothers, Yaakov and Yosef, who were murdered in 1941 by members of the fascist Iron Guard movement, and after their father Rav Zvi Gutman. Dr. Alex, who accompanied Rav Gutman to the celebration, told Diplomacy about the richness of Romanian Jewish heritage, which included successful Ashkenazi and Sepharadi Jews and was one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe before World War II.

 

Throughout the celebration guests enjoyed delicious refreshments, including a special collection of the finest Israeli and Romanian wines and traditional Romanian music and dance. This year the celebration featured wine from wineries in Romania that are produced by Israelis of Romanian heritage, in a unique spin on the pioneering spirit and success of the Romanian immigration to Israel and the strong binational ties. Romanian singer Laticia Boroi entertained the crowd with traditional Romanian folk music, and was soon surrounded by an enthusiastic crowd of nostalgic dancers.

 

Between the venue, the speakers, and the guests and atmosphere, Romana’s National Day Celebration in Tel Aviv exemplified the cultural and intellectual achievements of Romania and the strong ties between Israel and Romania.

 

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The Republic of Kazakhstan celebrated its 25th birthday on Sunday evening with a festive event in Tel Aviv. Diplomats and business leaders convened with other guests at the Hilton Hotel along the beach, enjoying a lavish buffet, traditional Kazakhstani music and dance, and a speech delivered by the Ambassador.

 

The celebration commemorated 25 years of Kazakhstani independence. Kazakhstan became an independent nation in 1991, the last and largest of the republics to achieve sovereignty following the breakup of the Soviet Union. Guests were welcomed by a colorful photography display highlighting picturesque landscapes from all over Kazakhstan. In honor of the occasion they were presented with gifts, including a book on Kazakhstan’s Jewish community written by a former Israeli Ambassador to Kazakhstan.

 

H.E. Ambassador Kuanyshev addressed the audience, noting Kazakhstan’s many achievements over the last quarter century. The Ambassador discussed Kazakhstan’s role in promoting global peace, including its nuclear disarmament initiatives.

The ambassador also mentioned Kazakhstan’s efforts to reach a brighter and cleaner future. On that note, Ambassador Kuanyshev announced the 2017 Astana Expo on Future Energy, to be held from June through September of 2017 in Kazakhstan. The Expo will include more than 3,000 events over nearly 100 days, and is dedicated to education and innovation in improving energy efficiency.

 

 

 

 

The occasion commemorated not just a quarter century of Kazakhstani independence, but also 25 years of Israel-Kazakhstan diplomatic relations and cooperation. Ambassador Kuanyshev noted that Israel is one of Kazakhstan’s top 20 trading partners, and mentioned the many commercial ties and joint diplomatic initiatives binding the two nations. He expressed his hope for direct flights between Israel and Kazakhstan in the future. The ambassador also spoke of academic connections, including conferences and exchange student programs. Invoking a mock competitive tone, Ambassador Kuanyshev told the crowd that Kazakhstani secondary school students had recently topped their Israeli peers in standardized math and science testing.

 

Mr. Ayoub Kara, Israel’s Deputy Minister of Regional Cooperation, addressed the crowd after Ambassador Kuanyshev. MK Kara talked about the many joint initiatives that the two countries have run, ranging from energy efficiency to tourism. He congratulated Kazakhstan on its recent appointment to the UN Security Council and pledged support in facilitating any upcoming Kazakhstani diplomatic visits to Israel. Mr. Kara finished by asking Ambassador Kuanyshev to pass a message on to President Nazarbayev and the Kazakhstani nation, offering blessings for the upcoming year and wishing success in their joint initiatives.

 

The event brought together, diplomats, business owners, military officers, and Kazakhstani citizens living in or visiting Israel. As the evening continued into an elaborate performance of folkloric Kazakhstani music and dance and concluded with warm words spoken between the two nations, all left sure of the importance of this diplomatic friendship. 

 

 

 

 

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The Embassy of Spain in Israel welcomed this week Minister of Tourism for the autonomous community of Andalucia Francisco Javier Hernandez, on a visit to launch a campaign promoting tourism to this historic region in southern Spain.

 

 

At a reception held at the residence of Spain’s Ambassador to Israel, Fernando Carderera, the ambassador introduced Minister Hernandez to assembled guests representing Israel’s business and travel industry leaders. In his remarks, Ambassador Carderera noted that Spain is the third most popular tourism destination in the world, welcoming more than 70 million foreign visitors annually.

 

 

 

 

Minister Hernandez unveiled Andalucia’s latest promotional campaign, aimed primarily at three million Jews of Sephardic origin living in Israel and throughout the Diaspora.  He disclosed the campaign slogan -- “visit Andalucia to discover your roots: a wonderful voyage back to your sources” -- and screened a video featuring the attractions of such cities as Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada, as well as the Costa del Sol.   

 

 

Following the video, guests -- among them Spanish Tourism consul for Italy and Israel Carlos Hernández Garcia-- enjoyed a concert of flamenco music and dance performed by an Israeli trio while partaking of paella and other Spanish delicacies.

 

 

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President Rivlin welcomed her and said, “You are a dear friend of Israel. We appreciate your strong stand on the world’s most important stage, in support of the security of the people and the State of Israel. With your support we see the beginning of a new era. Israel is no longer alone at the UN. Israel is no longer the UN’s punching bag.”

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The President thanked the Ambassador for her great contribution to the State of Israel, and said, “Ambassador Haley, as the representative the US - Israel’s greatest and strongest ally - we appreciate very much your support of Israel, and all you do to stand up for the values of freedom and democracy which we share. Welcome to Israel, welcome to Jerusalem.”

Ambassador Haley thanked the President for his warm welcome and said, “Thank you Mr. President for taking the time to meet with us, it is an absolute thrill to be here in Israel, I so much appreciate the support we have received from the people of Israel. But I feel somewhat guilty because all I did at the United Nations was tell the truth. I have never taken kindly to bullies, and the UN has bullied Israel for a very long time, and we are not going to let that happen anymore. It is a new day for Israel in the United Nations. We just got back from Geneva, talking about the Human Rights Council and hopefully it will be a new day at the Human Rights Council when it comes to Israel.”

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