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Foreign scholars urge Japan to ease border control

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A group of scholars studying Japan is calling on the nation to relax its border closure and let foreign researchers and students enter the country.

More than 100 representatives of international-exchange organizations and experts signed a letter and sent it to the Japanese government.

The letter says Japan’s border closure is harming the country’s national interests and international relationships.

Continue reading at NHK World – Japan.

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