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Japan reveals logo for 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties with Cambodia

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Japan’s ambassador to Cambodia, Masahiro Mikami stands nearby the official logo commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Cambodia on November 16. EMBASSY OF JAPAN

Japan reveals logo for 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties with Cambodia

Japan’s ambassador to Cambodia, Masahiro Mikami, revealed the official logo commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Cambodia next year and encouraged the use of the logo for the promotion of this diplomatic anniversary.

Masahiro released a video clip on November 18 showing the logo for the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Cambodia next year with information on how to apply to use the logo.

The logo was unveiled by Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida Fumio and Prime Minister Hun Sen on 12 November when Kishida visited Cambodia to attend the ASEAN-related summit meetings.

“This logo can be used in PR materials for commemorative events for the 70th anniversary endorsed by the Embassy of Japan. We are now open for applications from the public,” Masahiro said.

He added that to apply to use the logo members of the public should visit the embassy’s website for more detailed information.

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