Equatorial Guinea takes part in enthronement ceremony for Emperor of Japan

Japan is ready for the grand enthroning ceremony of the new Emperor Nahurito, who comes to the throne following the abdication of his father on 30th April. It is an important ceremony for the Japanese people, and will be attended by the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Gaudencio Mohaba Mesu, who is now in the city of Tokyo.

Mohaba Mesu expressed gratitude for the invitation issued by the Japanese Government, making it clear that thanks to the excellent relations of friendship and cooperation, the Republic of Equatorial Guinea could not remain on the margins of this ceremony that will bring together over two thousand guests from around the world.

Along the same lines he respected the sound initiative of the former Emperor Akihito to leave the future of the Japanese dynasty in the hands of his son, Nahurito, in order to continue to promote the dynamism of the Japanese people.

The President of the Chamber of Deputies was received by the Accredited Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to China, German Ekua Sima.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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