President Sarkissian met with the head of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Within the frame of his working visit to Japan, President Armen Sarkissian met with Tadashi Maeda, the Governor of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC).
President Sarkissian and the head of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation discussed issues of interaction with Armenia. In particular, they touched upon cooperation in attracting investments, banking, high technologies, and real estate. The Governor of the bank presented the mission and directions of the structure he heads to President Sarkissian. He expressed his readiness to visit Armenia and get acquainted with the possibilities of interaction.
The Japan Bank for International Cooperation, owned by the Government of Japan, is represented in about two dozen countries around the world. One of the main goals of the Bank is to promote economic cooperation between Japan and its international partners through foreign investments and fostering international trade. The Bank's activities include, in particular, the spheres of infrastructure, environment protection, energy, and natural resources, as well as production.