New Lebanese ambassador to Japan presents credentials to emperor Akihito
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Newly-appointed Lebanese Ambassador to Japan, Nidal Yehia, on Wednesday presented his credentials to Emperor Akihito, who conveyed his greetings to President Michel Aoun, and wished "a prosperous future" for Lebanon.
It is to note that the Emperor hosted Yehia for 20 minutes, in a special gesture towards Lebanon, whereas Japan's leader only devotes five minutes for his meetings with ambassadors.