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Istanbul street named after Japanese officer who saved over 1000 Turks

The name of the commander of the Japanese ship Heimei Maru, which brought 1,012 Turkish soldiers captured by the Russians during World War I to Istanbul, has been given to a street in Beykoz district.
Lieutenant-Colonel Yukichi Tsumura refused to hand over the Turkish prisoners to the Greek soldiers who had blocked the Japanese ship in the Aegean Sea.

President Radev Will Attend the Enthronement of Emperor Naruhito

From October 21 to 24, President Rumen Radev will visit Tokyo to mark the enthronement of the new Emperor of Japan, Naruhito.

On October 21, Radev will hold a working meeting with the management of Japan's Meiji Corporation.

On October 22, Head of State and his wife Desislava Radeva will attend the enthronement ceremony of the new Japanese Emperor Naruhito.

Japan to Participate in NASA's Lunar Program

The Japanese government has decided that the country will join NASA's program to colonize the moon, which moves the landing to the lunar surface in 2024, the Kyodo news agency said.

The decision will be formally announced by the end of this year. NASA has announced that the new moon assimilation program has been named "Artemis." It will consist of three stages.

UDMR's Biro Rozalia, after visit in Tokyo: Japanese await completion of works on M6 Metro Line

The Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) MP Biro Rozalia, chair of the Foreign Policy Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, said on Tuesday, after a visit to Tokyo, that the Japanese authorities are waiting for the works on the M6 Metro Line to be completed, a quarter of the investment being secured ever since 2007 by the Japanese Government.

G7 Discusses Russia's Return

G-7 leaders discussed the return to the G-8 format with Russia's participation at a summit in the French city of Biarritz, Kyodo news agency reported, citing sources from Japanese government circles.

No details were provided about the content of the interview, and an agency source said the information "will never be disclosed".

South-Korean aircraft fired at their Russian counterparts, joined by the Chinese

It all started in the morning hours, when South-Korean agencies reported that several Russian aircrafts had violated airspace of that state, and they were warned about it. The incident took place above the East Sea near South Korea's easternmost islets of Dokdo, the subject of a dispute between Seoul and Tokyo.