Slovakia wants Japan to establish an embassy in its capital, Bratislava, and scrap visa requirements to enhance bilateral ties, according to Jozef Migas, president of the National Council — Slovakia’s parliament.

Migas, who is currently visiting Japan at the invitation of the Diet, pointed out that Slovakia has an embassy in Tokyo and suggested that the mutual relationship between the two nations should be a “well-balanced” one.

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