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Old 03-19-2006, 01:52 AM
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Official Visit by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia: April 5- April 7, 2006

Saudi crown prince to visit Japan April 5-7
http://asia.news.yahoo.com/060317/kyodo/d8gd1upg2.html
Visit to Japan of His Royal Highness Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
(Announcement by the Press Secretary/Director-General for Press and Public Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)


March 17, 2006
His Royal Highness Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, accompanied by a suite, will pay an official visit to Japan from April 5 to 7, 2006.
During his stay in Japan, His Royal Highness will have an Imperial audience with His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, and His Majesty the Emperor will host a Court Luncheon in honour of His Royal Highness.
His Royal Highness will also hold a meeting with Mr. Junichiro Koizumi, Prime Minister of Japan.
The Government of Japan sincerely welcomes the visit of His Royal Highness The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which will further strengthen the friendly relations between Japan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Provisional Itinerary
April 5 (Wed)AfternoonArrival at Tokyo International AirportApril 6 (Thu)MorningImperial AudienceNoonCourt LuncheonAfternoonMeeting with Prime Minister of JapanApril 7 (Fri)AfternoonDeparture from Tokyo International Airport

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Saudi Arabia: Sultan to Begin Three-Nation Asian Tour on Wednesday
...................Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito and top officials will be present at the airport to welcome Sultan when he arrives in Tokyo on Wednesday. This is Sultan's first official visit abroad since becoming crown prince in August 2005. According to Saudi ambassador to Japan, Faisal Tarad, Sultan was the first high-ranking Saudi official to visit Japan in 1960 after the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1955.................
http://www.zawya.com/story.cfm?id=ZAWYA20060403030000
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will there be a gala and will Crown Princess Masako be there??
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will there be a gala and will Crown Princess Masako be there??
There won't be a gala, there will only be a court luncheon at noon on April 6. Don't think Masako will be there.
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ok, thnx to bad :(
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Saudi crown prince in Japan
................The prince, who is also deputy premier and defense minister, was greeted at Haneda airport by an unusually senior delegation of Crown Prince Naruhito, Foreign Minister Taro Aso and former prime minister Ryutaro Hashimoto.
He will meet with Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and Emperor Akihito on Thursday, officials said.....................
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/05042006/32...nce-japan.html

Japan, Saudi Arabia agree to boost investment, personnel training
Japan and Saudi Arabia agreed Wednesday to strive to boost Japan's investment and personnel training in the Middle East country to promote employment of the young population there, Japanese officials said.
Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Toshihiro Nikai and visiting Saudi Arabian Economy and Planning Minister Khaled ibn Muhammad al-Qusaibi shared the view that Japan's technical aid is vital in such areas as auto repairs, plastics processing and development of small businesses, they said.....................Qusaibi has been visiting Japan with the country's Crown Prince Abdullah ibn Abd al-Aziz, who is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and Emperor Akihito during his three-day stay through Friday.
http://asia.news.yahoo.com/060405/kyodo/d8gpticg5.html

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz (L) listens to Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito (R) during their meeting upon the prince's arrival at the Tokyo International airport, 05 April 2006.

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Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz (L) receives presents from Saudi Arabian residents in Japan at the Imperial hotel in Tokyo, 05 April 2006

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Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz (2L) receives presents from Saudi Arabian residents in Japan at the Imperial hotel in Tokyo, 05 April 2006.

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Photo from MOFA of the Foreign Minister of Japan greeting the Crown Prince at Haneda Airport on April 5, 2006.
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Saudi-Japanese Ties Get Big Boost
............In a press statement, Emperor Akihito underscored the historic relations between Saudi Arabia and Japan which go back as far as 1938. He said both countries were looking forward to strengthening their economic and cultural partnership. The statement referred to the historic visit of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah to Japan in 1998 when he was crown prince. During that visit, Abdullah signed the agenda for Saudi-Japanese cooperation with then Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi. An exchange of visits by members of the two royal families has played an important role in boosting bilateral economic and political relations that have been uninterrupted for many years............
http://www.menafn.com/qn_news_story_...yId=1093108408

Saudi crown prince seeks more investment from Japan
TOKYO - Saudi Arabia’s crown prince met Japan’s emperor on Thursday as he sought more investment from Tokyo and discussed a potential free-trade agreement, officials said.
Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz was received at the imperial palace by Emperor Akihito. The two were later joined for lunch by Crown Prince Naruhito and Foreign Minister Taro Aso, an Imperial Household Agency spokesman said........................
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Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz arrives at the Imperial Palace to meet with Japanese Emperor Akihito on April 6, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan

Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz (R) meets with Toshihiro Nikai (L), Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, at a Tokyo hotel, 06 April 2006 (4)


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Crown Prince Sultan (front L) talks to Japanese Emperor Akihito at their luncheon at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo April 6, 2006

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Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud (L) shakes hands with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi after the signature of foreign policy agreements between the two countries, at the Prime Minister's residence in Tokyo April 6, 2006

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#1: Profimedia-Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud (L) shakes hands with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso (C) as Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) looks on after the signature of foreign policy agreements between the two countries, at the Prime Minister's residence in Tokyo 06 April 2006.
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Saudi Arabia vows stable oil supply, seeks more Japan investment
(Kyodo) _ Visiting Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Abdullah ibn Abd al-Aziz pledged Thursday that the oil-rich nation will continue to be a stable supplier and promote measures to attract more investment from Japan in the Middle Eastern country, a Japanese trade ministry official said.
The crown prince, who doubles as Saudi Arabia's deputy premier, defense and aviation minister and inspector general, told Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Toshihiro Nikai that the biggest oil supplier to Japan will also contribute to the stabilization of oil prices in the global market, the official said.................................
http://asia.news.yahoo.com/060406/kyodo/d8gqf8o80.html
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Towards the building of strategic and multi-layered partnership between Japan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

At the invitation of His Excellency (HE) Junichiro Koizumi, Prime Minister of Japan, His Royal Highness (HRH) the Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Defense and Aviation, the Inspector General of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, made an official visit to Japan from April 5 to 7, 2006, corresponding to 7 to 9 Rabi'l 1427H.
His Imperial Highness (HIH) the Crown Prince of Japan received HRH the Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud upon his arrival at the airport.
His Majesty (HM) the Emperor of Japan met with HRH the Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud at the court luncheon hosted by HM the Emperor in the honor of HRH the Crown Prince at the Imperial Palace.
HRH the Crown Prince Sultan and HE Junichiro Koizumi, Prime Minister of Japan, held a meeting in Tokyo on April 6, 2006 and issued the following statement.
  1. Both sides recalled that the first visit by HRH the Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud to Japan in 1960 in his capacity as Minister for Transportation and Communication, which was the first Royal visit from Saudi Arabia to Japan, opened the pages of the history of the friendly ties between the Royal family of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Imperial family of Japan, and that the Royal and Imperial visits between the two countries, including the visits of HM King Faisal in 1971 and then HRH Crown Prince Abdullah in 1998, as well as the visits of then Their Imperial Highnesses (TIH) the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Japan in 1981 and TIH the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Japan in 1994 and that of HIH the Crown Prince of Japan in 2005, further enhanced the close ties.
  2. Recognizing that relations of amity between the two countries have been mutually beneficial, and especially that various activities and events on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of establishing the diplomatic relations have made a tremendous contribution to strengthening the bilateral ties, both sides expressed their firm determination to further advance their prosperous relations. Towards that end, noting the great significance of the visit of HRH Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud to Japan, which has provided a historic opportunity to build a strategic partnership, "Memorandum on Policy Consultations between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia" was signed.
  3. Both sides shared the intention to further promote strategic dialogues at all levels in various fields, such as economics, culture, environment and aviation transportation for consolidating their partnership. Both sides also expressed their willingness to promote high-level political dialogues, including those between Foreign Ministers.
  4. Both sides shared the view that further development of economic relations is a main driving force towards a strategic and multi-layered partnership between Japan and Saudi Arabia, while noting with satisfaction the recent development of economic and commercial activities between the two countries. The Japanese side congratulated Saudi Arabia on its accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), which would further expand business opportunity in Saudi Arabia. The Japanese side also welcomed the announcement of the opening of a Saudi commercial bureau in Tokyo.
  5. Both sides welcomed the significant increase of mutual investment between Japan and Saudi Arabia, including Rabigh Petrochemical Project by Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. and Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabian Oil Company), Sharq Project by SPDC Ltd. (Saudi Petrochemicals Development Company) and SABIC (Saudi Basic Industries Corporation), and Saudi Aramco's investment to Showa Shell Sekiyu K. K. In a similar vein, both sides welcomed the cooperation between Saudi and Japanese businessmen, paying particular attention to the positive outcomes of the activities within the framework of the Japanese-Saudi Business Council Joint Meeting.
  6. Towards further developing the economic relations between Japan and Saudi Arabia, both sides underlined the importance of making efforts mainly at two levels simultaneously.

    First, both sides expressed their willingness to vitalize discussions on how to further promote mutual investments, and readiness to resume negotiations on bilateral agreement on protection and promotion of investment.

    Second, on a regional level, both sides welcomed the decision to launch formal negotiations on an Free Trade Agreement (FTA) covering trade in goods and services between Japan and the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) States and to hold a preparatory meeting in May 2006, recognizing that the Japan-GCC FTA would contribute to further strengthening the economic and business relations between Japan and Saudi Arabia as well as between Japan and the GCC States as a whole.
  7. Both sides shared the view that the stability of the world oil market is a cornerstone for the sound growth of the world economy. In this regard, the Japanese side expressed its appreciation for the significant roles being played by Saudi Arabia - the largest, reliable and secured exporter of oil to the world as well as to Japan and the leading figure of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Both sides recognized the importance to further promote bilateral cooperation through close dialogues on energy field, based on mutually complementary relationship between Saudi Arabia with its largest hydrocarbon resource in the world and Japan with its advanced energy-related technologies. The Saudi side expressed its intention to continue to assure stable oil supply to Japan, and the Japanese side expressed its appreciation for this. Both sides also welcomed the successful inauguration, by the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, of the International Energy Forum (IEF) headquarters in Riyadh, stressing its role to enhance transparency of the world oil market. In this regard, both sides reaffirmed their determination to cooperate with each other at the upcoming 2nd International Energy Business Forum (IEBF) and the 10th IEF on 22-24 April.
  8. Both sides recognized the importance of multi-layered economic relations based on mutual benefits, and shared the view on the key role of the Joint Committee. In this connection, both sides expressed their aspiration to hold the next meeting as early as possible.
  9. The Saudi side expressed its gratitude for the technical assistance which Japan has so far provided, mainly through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), in various fields of human resources development to implement the Japan-Saudi Cooperation Agenda. Both sides welcomed, as a role model of vocational training, the successful achievement of the Saudi Japanese Automobile High Institute (SJAHI) project, which was a fruitful outcome of coordinated efforts by the governments and private sectors of both countries. The Saudi side also expressed its appreciation for the other projects such as the project of High Institute for Plastics Fabrication (HIPF) and the project of Training on Female Enterpriser Promotion.
  10. Both sides confirmed that mutual understanding and respect of different cultures and civilizations are the bedrock for this rapidly globalizing world. In this connection, the Japanese side expressed its support for the call by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud to condemn the idea of the clash of civilizations and to replace it by the idea of constructive, peaceful co-existence between all civilizations, and his call that relations between countries and nations should be a stage of a true dialogue in which every side respects other side. In this context, the Saudi side noted that Japan has been making important contributions to promoting mutual understanding between various civilizations, among which are Islamic, Asian and Western. The Saudi side expressed its appreciation for Japan's consistent enlightened position to combat prejudiced stereotypes and to promote understanding between cultures and civilizations.
  11. Both sides noted the importance of the Japan-Arab Dialogue Forum, of which the two countries are the core members and which have so far held three meetings - the first in Tokyo, Japan, the second in Alexandria, Egypt and the third in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia -, in promoting Japan-Arab mutual understanding, and welcomed that the fourth meeting will be held in Tokyo in May 2006. The Saudi side also appreciated other initiatives by Japan in this regard, such as Inter-Civilizational Dialogue and Dispatch of Japan-Middle East Cultural Exchanges and Dialogue Mission, both of which have contributed to deepening mutual understanding between Japan and the Middle East. The Japanese side expressed its appreciation for the significant roles played by King Saud University in promoting Japanese language education, as well as by the Arabic Islamic Institute in Tokyo in teaching the Arabic language and introducing the Islamic culture to the Japanese society.
  12. Both sides underlined the pivotal importance of Japan-Saudi coordinated joint efforts for peace and stability in the entire Middle East, on such issues as follows................
From MOFA http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/middle_e/saudi/joint0604.html
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Saudi Arabian prince receives honorary doctorate at Waseda
.............After receiving the Doctor of Laws, the crown prince, also deputy premier, minister of defense and aviation, and inspector general, told the audience, "I am convinced that balanced dialogue among cultures which is based on mutual respect will contribute to overcoming differences and preventing the possibilities of conflicts among nations.".................
http://asia.news.yahoo.com/060407/kyodo/d8gqvh2o0.html

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Visiting Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz (L) is greeted by Japanese business group leader Kakutaro Kitashiro (R) prior to a luncheon with Japanese business leaders at a Tokyo hotel, 07 April 2006. Japan said it would launch free trade talks with six Gulf kingdoms that provide three-quarters of its oil imports, during the visit of the Saudi crown prince aimed at expanding business ties.

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Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito (R) and former Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto look at the jet plane which is carrying Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz back to Saudi Arabia at the Tokyo International Airport 07 April 2006. Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz left Tokyo after a three-day visit to Japan.

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