Ambassador Dr. Fatimie joins Reception for the UNFEI International Training Course

May 21, 2014: Ambassador Dr. Sayed Mohammad Amin Fatimie attended a reception to mark a successful training course operated by the United Nations Asia and Far East Institute (UNFEI) for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, the Ministry of Justice of Japan, and the Japan International Cooperation Agency. The program brought together international practitioners and experts, including two gentlemen from Afghanistan, to consider issues of criminal justice.

Ambassador Dr. Fatimie took the opportunity to express to the organizers, on behalf of the people and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, sincerest gratitude for the organization of the important training and moreover for the key and impact-generating support of the United Nations and Japan towards Afghanistan’s peace and development. From the Ministry of Justice, Ambassador Dr. Fatimie had the privilege of speaking with H.E. Vice-Minister Nobuo Inada (pictured above). From UNAFEI, Ambassador Fatimie was able to speak with Director Tomoko Akane (pictured below) and Professor Yusuke Hirose. Among the many other esteemed guests, Ambassador Dr. Fatimie also greeted representatives of several diplomatic missions in Tokyo, including Mr. John Njihia Thomas of the Embassy of the Republic of Kenya.

In meeting with the participants, Ambassador Dr. Fatimie lauded their efforts in the course and offered appreciation in advance of their applying of the course towards the betterment of Afghanistan.