Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will make a four-day visit to Japan beginning Aug. 24 in an attempt to further economic relations, diplomatic sources said July 9.

It will be Netanyahu’s first visit to Japan since taking office in June 1996. He will meet with Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto and business leaders. He will also visit South Korea on his way to or from Tokyo, the sources said.

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