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Georgian-Japanese relations Georgia Japan Georgian-Japanese relations were established on August 3, 1992, just over one year since Georgia became independent from the Soviet Union. Since November 2006, Georgia has maintained an embassy in Tokyo.[1] Japan has an embassy in Tbilisi. Japan has extended foreign aid to Georgia for various economic and cultural development projects. The balance of trade between the two nations is heavily in favor of Japan, with Japan exporting automobiles and manufactured goods, and Georgia exporting food products and chemicals. Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze made an official visit to Japan in March 1999[1] and President Mikheil Saakashvili visited Japan in March 2007.[2] On February 2011 Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nikoloz Vashakidze met with Director-General for International Affairs, Bureau of Defense Policy of the Japanese Defense Ministry Hiroshi Oe and discussed further prospects of military cooperation between Georgia and Japan during the meeting.[3] See also Foreign relations of Georgia Foreign relations of Japan External links Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relations with Japan Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the relations with Georgia References ^ a b "Relations between Georgia and Japan". Embassy of Georgia to Japan. http://japan.mfa.gov.ge/index.php?lang_id=ENG&sec_id=594&info_id=1608. Retrieved 10 May 2011.  ^ "Saakashvili in Japan to Boost Ties". Civil Georgia. 9 March 2007. http://www.civil.ge/eng/article.php?id=14749. Retrieved 9 May 2011.  ^ "Georgia, Japan discuss cooperation prospects in defense sphere". 04.02.2011. http://en.trend.az/news/politics/1823354.html.  v · d · e Foreign relations of Georgia Americas Canada · United States Asia Iran · Israel  · China (PRC) · India · Japan Europe Armenia · Austria · Azerbaijan · Bulgaria · Czech Republic · Denmark · France · Germany · Greece · Italy · Lithuania · Moldova · Poland · Romania · Russia · Serbia · Turkey · Ukraine · United Kingdom · European Union Conflicts Georgian–Abkhazian conflict · 2008 South Ossetia war Related topics Ministry of Foreign Affairs · Diplomatic missions of / in Georgia Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs v · d · e Foreign relations of Japan Africa Algeria · Angola · Egypt · South Africa Asia Afghanistan · Bangladesh · Cambodia · China (PRC) · India · Indonesia · Iran · Israel · Korea (North) · Korea (South) · Malaysia · Mongolia · Nepal · Pakistan · Philippines · Saudi Arabia · Syria · Republic of China (Taiwan) · Thailand · Vietnam Europe Armenia · Austria · Bulgaria · Denmark · Finland · France · Georgia · Germany · Greece · Iceland · Ireland · Italy · Kosovo · Lithuania · Netherlands · Montenegro · Russia · Serbia · Switzerland · Turkey · Ukraine · United Kingdom Americas Barbados · Canada · Argentina · Brazil · Colombia · Jamaica · United States  · Venezuela Oceania Australia · Tonga Multilateral Africa · Oceania · Southeast Asia · United Nations Previous Russian Empire · Soviet Union Historical Missions to Imperial China · Red seal ships · Nanban trade · Sakoku · Joseon missions to Japan · Japanese missions to Joseon · Dutch missions to Edo · Ryukyuan missions to Edo · Foreign relations of Meiji Japan · Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere Disputes Kuril Islands dispute · Liancourt Rocks dispute · Senkaku Islands dispute Related topics Ministry of Foreign Affairs · Diplomats of Japan · Development assistance · JICA · Economic relations · JETRO Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs This article about foreign relations is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e