“The second U.S.- Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange, enjoined by its predecessor to review progress, to identify new problems, and to assess future needs and opportunities, met in Washington from October 16 to October 22, 1963. Mindful that knowledge and understanding breed confidence and friendship, just as ignorance and misunderstanding generate fear and suspicion, the Conference sought new approaches to broadening the spectrum of cultural and educational exchanged between the two countries.” (CULCON II, Joint Statement)
U.S.: Dr. Hugh Borton, President of Haverford College.
Japan: Mr. Tatsuo Morito, President, The Japan Scholarship Foundation (森戸辰男,日本育英会会長）
*Final Joint Statement