Ambassador Fatimie, Embassy host ceremony to honor graduates of PEACE scholarship program

September 10, 2013: Ambassador Dr. Sayed M. Amin Fatimie and the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Tokyo hosted a ceremony to mark the successful completion of studies of several members of the PEACE scholarship program. The PEACE program is an initiative through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to bring to Japan Afghan officials for higher education. By its conclusion, it is scheduled to provide scholarships to 500 participants.

Ambassador Dr. Fatimie opened the event by greeting all in attendance. He expressed, on behalf of the people and the Government of Afghanistan, deepest gratitude to the noble Government of Japan and JICA for this future-oriented program, praising it is an investment in great developments. The Ambassador also commended the participants on their drive to complete meaningful studies, encouraging them to go back to Afghanistan empowered and as forces for further betterment of the nation.

The event also featured presentations on the research of the students being recognized. The students’ names are as follows:

  • Mr. Habib Abdul Hasib
  • Mr. Yaser Mohammad Ali
  • Mr. Sayed Sadr u Din Hasimi
  • Mr. Farid Ahmad Darmal
  • Mr. Jawerd Ahmad Haqbeen
  • Mr. Sayed Shabirullah
  • Mr. Mohammad Rashid