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Japan will open two new embassies on Jan. 1, in Benin and Rwanda, while upgrading facilities in Palau, Estonia and Kyrgyzstan to missions with posted ambassadors, the Foreign Ministry said Friday.

The new embassies were approved in the 2009 budget and will bring the total number of Japanese embassies worldwide to 133, a Foreign Ministry official said.

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