18 June 2012

Angola: Japan to Invest in Agriculture and Health Sectors

Luena — The sectors of agriculture and health were set among the priorities of the Japanese possible investments in the eastern Moxico province.

This was said to the press on Sunday in Luena city by the Japanese ambassador to Angola, Myoi Riozo, at the end of a two-day working visit paid to Moxico province, aimed to check the level of the execution of the agricultural project underway Kanhengue locality.

The Japanese embassy released USD 100.000 Mother Theresa of Calcutá Foundation that is implementing the referred project of rehabilitation of a warehouse and na irrigation ditch.

Angop learnt that the warehouse will in the future turn into a rural shop for Exchange of agricultural and industrial product.

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