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Join World Trade Center Utah in partnership with the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA and World Affairs Councils of America for a catered lunch and panel discussion on U.S.-Japan Relations and how the alliance works in Utah.

The U.S.-Japan alliance not only plays a key role in ensuring Indo-Pacific security and prosperity but has also served as the foundation to strengthen economic, cultural, and other ties between the two countries. How important is Japan as a partner of the United States and of Utah? A panel of experts from Washington, D.C. and a representative of Japanese business in Utah will assess the role of the U.S.-Japan security alliance, depth and breadth of U.S.-Japan relations, and the impact of Japanese business investments in Utah. Join them to explore how U.S.-Japan relations serve U.S. national and regional interests. Lunch will be served.

This event is held in collaboration with Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA’s The Alliance Working in America (TAWA) program, which seeks to engage regional leaders and audiences across the United States on the importance of U.S.-Japan relations to U.S. regional and national interests.

What: The Alliance Working in Utah: The Impact and Importance of U.S.-Japan Relations

When: Tuesday, March 10 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Cost: Free

Where: World Trade Center Utah
60 E. South Temple, Suite 300, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

This event is free, but we ask that you register for a ticket – space is limited!

Parking: Parking is available using City Creek Center parking. The first two hours are free. If you need validation, please bring your parking ticket to the main third-floor reception desk.

Questions: For questions about the event, please contact World Trade Center Utah Events Manager, Hannah Lowry (hlowry@wtcutah.com).