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Japan has approved a thirty-six million meticais donation to finance the rehabilitation and repair of the Maxixe and Inhambane piers damaged by Cyclone Dineo, which struck Inhambane province in February 2017.
A press released issued by the Embassy of Japan in Mapto reports that “The government of Japan approved the use of the Counter-Value Fund in the amount of thirty-six million, seven hundred and eighty thousand, three hundred and five meticais and twenty-five cents, for the financing of the project ‘Rehabilitation / Repairing of the Maxixe Pier Bridge and the Inhambane Pier Bridge, in Inhambane Province”.
The Government of Japan’s donation to the Republic of Mozambique is a significant part of Japan’s extended cooperation to Mozambique, and a step towards cementing bilateral relations and cooperation between the people of Japan and Mozambique, reads the communique.Source: Embassy of Japan in Mozambique
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