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Nenad Glisic, charge d’affaires at the Serbian Embassy since September, expressed hope of strengthening his nation’s relations with Japan, whose ties started with diplomatic contacts more than 130 years ago.

“Back in 1882, the first formal correspondence between Serbia and Japan was exchanged between Serbian King Milan I and Emperor Meiji,” said Glisic during a courtesy visit Monday to The Japan Times.

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