Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy (bottom row, 3rd L), Japanese Minister of Promoting Women's Active Participation and Gender Equality Haruko Arimura (bottom row, 3rd R) and other women ambassadors to Japan during a photo session prior to a luncheon at his official residence in Tokyo on Wednesday. Abe invited 14 women ambassadors to Japan to lunch. Seen L-R are Israeli Ambassador Ruth Kahanoff, Liberia's Ambassador Youngor Telewoda, Tonga's Ambassador Tania Laumanulupe 'o Talafolika Tupou, Tanzanian Ambassador Salome Thaddaus Sijaona, South African Ambassador Mohau Nthisana Pheko, Kennedy, El Salvador's Ambassador Martha Lidia Zelayandia, Abe, Indian Ambassador Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa, Arimura, Uganda's Ambassador Betty Grace Akech-Okullo, Slovenian Ambassador Helena Drnovsek Zorko, Nambia's Ambassador Sophia-Namupa Nangombe and Croatian Ambassador Mira Martinec.© Japan Today
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