Emirati-Japanese cooperation to preserve the art of falconry

Emirati-Japanese cooperation to preserve the art of falconry
Emirati-Japanese cooperation to preserve the art of falconry
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With the aim of promoting and supporting programs of friendship, student exchange and cultural cooperation between Emirati and Japanese falconers, the Secretary-General of the Emirates Falconers Club, Majid Ali Al Mansouri, and the Director of the “Inpex-Judco” Foundation, Senior Vice President of “Inpex” projects in Abu Dhabi, Hiroshi Fujii, signed a memorandum the day before yesterday. understanding.

According to the memorandum, and with the joint contribution and cooperation between the UAE and Japan, participation in falconry activities and events will be carried out, the goals of preserving human cultural heritage and authentic traditions will be introduced, and sustainable hunting will be promoted under the supervision of experts and specialists in falconry from the two friendly countries.

Japanese students will be able to practice and learn about the authentic traditions of Arabian falconry at the Mohammed Bin Zayed School of Falconry and Desert Physiognomy, which was established in 2016 as the first leading platform specialized in the world in teaching the art of Arabian falconry, physiognomy and traditions of living in the desert.

The Japanese Sawa Falconry School will also receive Emirati students and falconers, with the aim of getting acquainted with the unique Japanese falconry, which hails from ancient origins and its traditions are reflected through a distinctive set of tools and a number of schools and methods rooted in the cultural heritage of Japan.

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Al-Mansoori stressed that “the friendly relations between the UAE and Japan have existed and are solid for more than half a century, and today the stage of cooperation goes beyond the strategic partnership that has entered a new stage in recent years, and cultural heritage projects are one of these partnerships.”

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On the occasion of the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding with the Emirates Falconers Club, the Japanese delegation toured the Mohammed bin Zayed School of Falconry and Desert Physiognomy. The members of the delegation praised the efforts and achievements of Abu Dhabi and the UAE in preserving heritage and protecting wildlife through sustainable hunting.

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