Japan funds road building for Ha Tinh province

The Embassy of Japan in Vietnam has provided US$95,727 for upgrading the road of Cam Quan commune in the central province of Ha Tinh.

Yasuaki Tanizaki, Ambassador of Japan to Viet Nam, handed over the money as part of the Grassroots and Human Security Projects to Bui Quang Tan, Chairman of the People’s Committee of Cam Quan Commune at a ceremony at the Embassy of Japan in Vietnam on July 28.

As most of inter-communal roads of Cam Quan commune are unpaved earth roads. During rainy seasons, holes occur and the road become muddy, affecting the transportation of people and products, even preventing pupils from going to school, which is a big constraint to the socio-economic development. The amount will be used for paving the most damaged road connecting the village No.13, No.15, No.16.

Mr. Mizuki hoped the project would help improve the transportation condition in Cam Quan commune remarkably, and the friendship and mutual understanding between Japan and Vietnam will be further deepened.

By Uyen Phuong

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