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Address Of Mr Tatsunosuke Takasaki, Principal Japanese Delegate, Before The Asian-African Conference

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The conference promotes neighbourly amity and mutual understanding among the peoples of the Asian-African region and studies intimately their common problems of the day in order to explore the means of establishing an enduring peace. The conference, by promoting mutual understanding and neighbourly amity among the Asian-African countries, can contribute vastly to world peace and, at the same time, accelerate the economic progress of their entire region. Introduction of modern science and technology is the indispensable condition for all Asian-African countries for achieving economic development as well as winning their rightful place in the society of nations. The author desires to stress the importance of cultural exchange. The countries participating in this conference possess splendid cultures of their own, and, at the same time, they all share in common spiritual heritages.

Keywords: Asian-African conference; economic development; principal Japanese delegate; Tatsunosuke Takasaki; world peace



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