Ichinohe Town and Paraguay signs an agreement to hold a training camp
The town of Ichinohe, located in the northern region of Iwate Prefecture, is the host town of the Republic of Paraguay for the 2020 Olympics.
On November 19, 2020 (Thu), Raul Florentin-Antola, Paraguay’s ambassador to Japan appointed by the Paralympic Committee, visited the Ichinohe Town Hall to meet with Ichinohe Mayor Tanaka and signed an agreement to conduct a pre-game training camp for the Tokyo Paralympic games that is set to be held this year.
The Ambassador was met with a warm welcome from students of the Okunakayama Elementary School, where the students interacted and sang a song for the Ambassador during his visit to the school.
The Ambassador, along with the town mayor, then met with Iwate Governor Tasso Takuya at the Iwate Prefectural Government in Iwate’s capital, Morioka City. They discussed the signed agreement and the various exchange activities conducted during the Ambassador’s stay.
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