Multilateral Practical Cooperation Projects
Tokyo is advancing practical cooperation projects among cities of the world.This will contribute to resolving challenges faced by the major cities of the world and promote collaboration and exchange among them.
Initiatives and Achievements To Date
Asian Network of Major Cities 21 (ANMC21)
ANMC21 was established in 2001 to enhance the international profile of the Asian region by strengthening ties among the capitals and major cities of Asia. The network also collaborate in addressing common challenges such as crisis management, the environment and promotion of industry, and apply the accomplishment of such efforts to the prosperity and development of the Asian region.
In addition to holding annual plenary meetings attended by the leaders of member cities, the network has also conducted joint projects aimed at resolving common issues.
In 2014, member cities conducted a thorough review of the ANMC21 program, and activities are currently suspended. Joint projects that were organized by Tokyo are being continued as part of the city's activities (see Multilateral Practical Cooperation Projects, above).
Bangkok, Delhi, Hanoi, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, Tokyo, Tomsk, Ulaanbaatar, Yangon (13 cities)
（３）Website for ANMC21
Interaction Asia was an online newsletter issued regularly to participants of Tokyo's training programs and international students studying at the Tokyo Metropolitan University. It introduces the activities of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the best practices of the cities of Asia, and interviews with program participants and students. Visit the following site to see the archives.
- Interaction Asia's final issue came out in March 2016
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