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RESCHEDULED - US-Japan Relations: An Important Partnership in a Changing World
Tuesday, 18 Apr 2017
4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
303 International Center
Asian Studies Center
Event Details:
A lecture by Mitsuhiro Wada, Consul General of Japan in Detroit
Based on extensive knowledge acquired through his long diplomatic career and his year and a half of
service in the Michigan/Ohio region, Consul General of Japan in Detroit, Mitsuhiro Wada, will discuss
the current state of U.S.-Japan relations. He will explain in depth the crucial importance of enhancing
our relationship to maintain peace and prosperity in our ever-changing world while also discussing the
future of this important relationship.
Mr. Wada began his career in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in 1983. Within the Ministry in Tokyo, he has served as the Secretary-General for the 7th Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting, Deputy Director-General of the International Cooperation Bureau (ICB), Deputy Director-General of the Southeast and Southwest Asian Affairs Department, and Director of the Grant Aid & Technical Cooperation Division of the ICB. Mr. Wada joined the Consulate-General of Japan in Detroit on August 24, 2015.