ISLAMABAD – Foreign Minister Makiko Tanaka on Saturday heard firsthand about the Afghan refugee situation from representatives of Japanese nongovernmental organizations conducting relief work in Pakistan.
While visiting the Islamabad office of the Japan Platform, a group supported by the public and private sectors to promote Japanese NGO activities, Tanaka saw drawings by refugee children and photographs of the effects of U.S.-led bombing in Afghanistan.
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