Uíge: Japan to continue supporting Angolan demining projects

Report
from Government of Angola
Published on 23 Nov 2016 View Original

Uíge - The Japanese ambassador to Angola, Kuniaki Ito, ensured on Tuesday in Luanda his government availability to continue assisting the demining projects and construction of schools in Angola.

Speaking to Angop, the diplomat ensured that the Japanese government is interested in continuing to support the various communal projects in several provinces of the country under the excellent relations of the existing cooperation between the two countries.

He announced the implementation of other projects in domain of health at level of the northern Uige province, with view to supporting the efforts of the local government to improve the sanitary assistance of the population.

He recalled that the Japanese government has contributed to several communal projects to improve the social and living conditions of the Angolan population.

Kuniaki Ito visited on Tuesday Uige city, aiming at witnessing the handover of a system of water purification, capture and distribution in Kindenuco village, financed by Japanese government.

The infrastructure with capacity to benefit 4.300 residents of the community cost USD 108.000 and was built by the NGO Angoavi.

This year, the Japanese government celebrated 40 years of cooperation relations with Angola.