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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Caroline Kennedy is sworn in as US Ambassador to Japan


Caroline Kennedy was sworn in as the US Ambassador to Japan on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at the US State Department.

At a reception later that evening at the Japanese Embassy in Washington, DC, US Secretary of State John Kerry gave welcoming remarks to those who gathered, saying that the appointment of Ambassador Kennedy to Japan is "a symbol of reconciliation, a symbol of possibilities, a symbol of people who know how to put the past behind them and look to the future and build a future together. That is, in today’s world, both remarkable and beautiful."

Ambassador Kennedy made brief remarks at the reception.

Kennedy is the honorary president of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation in Boston.