Japan to invest Rs 13,000 cr in various Northeast projects
By Thenortheasttoday 16-Jun-2019
“After a meeting between Union Minister for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) Jitendra Singh and a Japanese delegation led by Ambassador Kenji Hiramatsu in New Delhi on Wednesday, it was officially disclosed that the Japan Government is to invest Rs 13,000 crore in several ongoing and new projects in different Northeastern states of India,” the statement said.
It also said that some of the important projects in which Japan would collaborate include the Guwahati Water Supply Project and Guwahati Sewage Project in Assam, Northeast Road Network Connectivity Improvement Project spread over Assam and Meghalaya, Northeast Network Connectivity Improvement Project in Meghalaya, Bio-diversity Conservation and Forest Management Project in Sikkim, Sustainable Forest Management Project in Tripura, Technical Cooperation Project for Sustainable Agriculture and Irrigation in Mizoram and Forest Management Project in Nagaland.
The official also said that Japanese Ambassador to India Kenji Hiramatsu recently visited Mizoram and Tripura and met the Chief Ministers of the two northeastern states – Zoramthanga and Biplab Kumar Deb – and discussed various developmental issues and possible collaboration.
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