Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Japan will contribute $50 million (about 5.7 billion yen) to a fund initiated by Ivanka Trump to support female entrepreneurs in developing countries.

Abe made the commitment at a conference of the World Assembly for Women: WAW! held in Tokyo on Nov. 3, where the eldest daughter of U.S. President Donald Trump gave a speech.

The assembly, set up by Abe in 2014, is aimed at promoting more active roles for women in society.

Abe’s offer of $50 million will make Japan one of the biggest contributors to the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative, along with the United States and Germany.

On the night of Nov. 3, Abe invited Ivanka, 36, to a traditional Japanese “ryokan” inn, called Hoshinoya Tokyo, in the Otemachi district, where the two held a dinner together for about two hours.

It is rare for a Japanese prime minister to have dinner with a presidential adviser who is not at the Cabinet-minister level.