Tajikistan, Japan sign grant contract worth over $113,000

Photo: Tajikistan, Japan sign grant contract worth over $113,000 / Tajikistan

Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 3

By Viktoria Zhavoronkova - Trend:

The Japanese government intends to improve the health sector in Tajikistan's Baljuvon region as part of the projects on gratuitous aid for a broad segment of the population, Avesta.tj reported, quoting Japan's Embassy in Tajikistan.

In this regard a grant contract was signed on Monday during the meeting of Japan's Ambassador to Tajikistan, Hiroyuki Imahashi and chairman of the Baljuvon district, Foteh Aminov.

The grant contract was signed for the "Project on construction of the second building of Baljuvon district central hospital" worth over $113,000.

It should be noted that the Baljuvon district central hospital was built in 1973 and has been the main medical facility in the region since that time.

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