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21 Dec 2022 | Wed 16:06
Maldives Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Ahmed Khaleel and Japanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs Takei Shunsuke
Maldives Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Ahmed Khaleel and Japanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs Takei Shunsuke
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Japan-Maldives
Japan providing Maldives with USD 5.4 million for Waste Management Project
 
The Exchange of Notes were signed on behalf of the Maldives by Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Ahmed Khaleel
 
The ceremony was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Maldives, on Monday
 
This grant aid will be utilized to enhance sustainable waste management capabilities in the Maldives

The governments of Maldives and Japan has signed an Exchange of Notes that will enable the Japanese Government to provide a grant aid of approximately USD 5.4 million to the Maldives.

The grant aid of USD 5.4 million is provided to implement a project on enhancing waste management capabilities of Maldives.

The Exchange of Notes were signed on behalf of the Maldives by Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Ahmed Khaleel, and on behalf of Japan, by the State Minister for Foreign Affairs and Member of House of Representatives, Takei Shunsuke.

The signing ceremony was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Maldives, on Monday.

This grant aid will be utilized to enhance sustainable waste management capabilities in the Maldives, such as the provision of waste management equipment, including vehicles for the islands.

While speaking at the ceremony State Minister Khaleel highlighted the generosity of Japanese Government, and thanked the Government of Japan for the grant aid and emphasized on the close and friendly relations that exists between the two countries. He further mentioned that such projects reflect Japan’s continued role as one of the key partners in the Maldives’ development journey.

The signing ceremony was attended by the Minister of State for Environment, Climate Change and Technology Khadeeja Naseem, the Ambassador of Japan to the Maldives Takeuchi Midori, and senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Environment, Climate Change and Technology and Ministry of Finance, as well as the Embassy of Japan.

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