Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived in Myanmar on Friday on his groundbreaking visit to the Southeast Asian country.
He was accompanied by 150 Japanese businessmen as they are looking for capitalizing the country’s development efforts.
The Japanese premier sent a message to Myanmar people through the state-run newspapers, pledging deeper cooperation for Myanmar’s economic growth.
He met Myanmar Nobel laureate democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and top government officials on his visit.
He Saturday visited the Martyrs’ mausoleum in Yangon and paid tribute Japanese soldiers fallen in Myanmar.
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