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Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon meeting with Japanese ambassador Masahiro Mikami on July 6. VENG SAKHON By means of Facebook

Senior Japanese official to go into food stuff processing, agri exports in Cambodia take a look at

Japanese deputy agriculture minister Arata Takebe is set to pay an official pay a visit to to Cambodia on July 19 to discuss functions similar to the export of agriculture items and to exchange encounters with related institutions.

This was disclosed in a assertion issued in conjunction with a meeting on the agricultural landscape, held concerning Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon and Japanese ambassador Masahiro Mikami on July 6.

In the statement, posted on Sakhon’s official Facebook website page, the minister said Takebe’s go to would be an chance for the agriculture ministries of both nations to examine and trade ordeals as well as requests for specialized support.

Other topics to be brought to the table are seed manufacturing and food stuff processing – with a target on cashew nuts, bananas and mangoes – alongside with the equipment and supporting infrastructure concerned, and strategies to create capability and human means in the location.

The statement stated the minister would question the Japanese aspect to appear into the circumstances for exporting mangoes and other agricultural items to Japan.

Sakhon thanked the authorities and the persons of Japan for their assist in Cambodia’s improvement – specially in agriculture – specially by the Japan Global Cooperation Agency (JICA), which he stated has on the full uplifted the residing situations of Cambodians.

The ambassador spoke hugely of Cambodia-Japan cooperation in agriculture, hailing 2022 as a unique year where by the premiers of both equally international locations visited the other, with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida also set to show up at the ASEAN Summit afterwards this calendar year, in accordance to the statement.

Mikami remarked that up coming year marks the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations in between the two nations – founded on January 9, 1953 – and voiced hope that bilateral cooperation would grow even more robust going forward.