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Japan Assigns Shinichi Saida as Its New Envoy to Ethiopia

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The government of Japan on Friday said it had appointed six new ambassadors to assume positions next week in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Benin, Zambia, Palau and Iceland.

Toshiyuki Yamada, having retired from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications here, will be assigned to Palau, while Shinichi Saida, minister at the Japanese embassy in Germany, will assume the top envoy's post in Ethiopia.