East Timor–Japan relations

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Japan-East Timor relations
Map indicating locations of East Timor and Japan

Timor-Leste

Japan

East Timor–Japan relations are foreign relations between East Timor and Japan.[1] Diplomatic relations were established in September 2002. East Timor has an embassy in Tokyo. Japan has an embassy in Dili.

History[edit]

Japan-East Timor relations were established on May 20, 2002, when UN Administration of the Area was abolished, replaced by the Government of East Timor.The Japanese government has had an "ambassadorial-level representative office in Dili on the day. Japan is the third aid donors to East Timor.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Press Conference 21 May 2002". Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan). 21 May 2002. Retrieved 13 September 2014. 
  2. ^ "Japan- Timor-Leste Relations (Archives)". Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan). Retrieved 13 September 2014.