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'Lift certain curbs for easy transferring of mortal remains of Japanese soldiers'

The Japan Embassy and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) held talks with the Nagaland government on various developmental projects in Nagaland in Kohima.

ByNNN/Dimapur

Updated 3 Jun 2022, 3:04 am

Nagaland Chief Secretary J. Alam, senior state officials, and officials from the Japan Embassy, and JICA discussing the implementation of developmental projects in Nagaland at Civil Secretariat Kohima on June 1, 2022 (PHOTO: NNN)
Nagaland Chief Secretary J. Alam, senior state officials, and officials from the Japan Embassy, and JICA discussing the implementation of developmental projects in Nagaland at Civil Secretariat Kohima on June 1, 2022 (PHOTO: NNN)

A team of officials from the Japan Embassy and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) called upon Nagaland Chief Secretary J Alam to discuss various developmental projects in Nagaland on Wednesday in Kohima, an official report said.

During the discussion, Alam assured all necessary assistance as required by the visiting delegation in implementing various developmental projects in the state, the official report also said. 

The projects discussed in the meeting include Smart City Kohima, Medical College Kohima, the establishment of Eco Park, plastic waste management, water harvesting, plantation of trees, disaster management and promoting better road connectivity.

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The visiting delegation then urged the government to lift certain restrictions for easy transferring of the mortal remains of Japanese soldiers.

The objective of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is to contribute to the promotion of international cooperation by contributing to the development of the economy and society and economic stability of overseas regions, the official report added.

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First published:2 Jun 2022, 7:03 am

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kohimaJapan International Cooperation Agencyjapanese soldiersJapan EmbassyNagaland Chief Secretary J Alam

NNN/Dimapur

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Newmai News Network, Dimapur, Nagaland

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