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Their Majesties visit Japan

His Majesty The King, Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen, and His Royal Highness The Gyalsey departed for Japan yesterday. Their Majesties will attend the Enthronement Ceremony of His Majesty Emperor Naruhito which will take place tomorrow.

Emperor Naruhito acceded to the Chrysanthemum Throne of Japan on May 1, 2019, upon the abdication of His Majesty Emperor Emeritus Akihito.

Bhutan and Japan share close ties of friendship, with diplomatic relations established in 1986. Emperor Naruhito visited Bhutan as a Prince in 1987, and His Majesty The Fourth Druk Gyalpo attended the Enthronement Ceremony of Emperor Akihito in 1990.

Their Majesties last visited Japan in 2011.

His Majesty The King granted NCRP Land Kidu to 8,532 beneficiaries of Paro at the Rinpung Dzong yesterday morning. The Kidu is part of a nationwide land reform initiated upon Royal Command in 2007. Following the National Cadastral Resurvey of the entire country, His Majesty has granted land and exemption of fines in 18 dzongkhags. Over 137,745 acres of land has been granted to 131,801 beneficiaries across Bhutan.
His Majesty The King granted NCRP Land Kidu to 8,532 beneficiaries of Paro at the Rinpung Dzong yesterday morning. The Kidu is part of a nationwide land reform initiated upon Royal Command in 2007. Following the National Cadastral Resurvey of the entire country, His Majesty has granted land and exemption of fines in 18 dzongkhags. Over 137,745 acres of land has been granted to 131,801 beneficiaries across Bhutan.

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