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Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Prime Minister Receives Japan International Cooperation Agency President




Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan received a delegation led by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) President Shinichi Kitaoka.

Highly appreciative of the assistance received from the Japanese government since Armenia’s independence, aimed at ensuring sustainable economic development in our country, Karen Karapetyan said the Government of the Republic of Armenia is interested in expanding and intensifying bilateral cooperation.

The Prime Minister pointed to the importance of developing trade and economic ties between Armenia and Japan and went on to note that business forums need to be organized on a regular basis in order to develop business ties.

The Head of the Armenian Government highlighted the assistance provided by the Japan International Cooperation Agency to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia with the aim of managing disasters and reducing risks, as well as developing Armenia’s fire rescue service. In this regard, the Premier noted the importance of the program for the refurbishment of fire rescue services in Lori, Shirak and Syunik Marzes of Armenia and expressed the hope that it would be continued ahead.

Shinichi Kitaoka assured that his agency will continue to closely cooperate with Armenia. He pointed out that the Japanese side is keen to share experience in the field of disaster management and implement training programs.

Stressing that he was impressed by the system of emergency response and prevention in Armenia, the President of Japan International Cooperation Agency said that Armenian specialists are very well trained in this sphere.
 

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