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Transport honour for Japanese envoy

Update: September, 18/2013 - 14:26
The Vietnamese Ministry of Transport has given special transport insignia to the outgoing Japanese Ambassador to Viet Nam, Yasuaki Tanizaki, for his contributions to the transport sector.—Photo citinews

HA NOI – The Vietnamese Ministry of Transport has given special transport insignia to the outgoing Japanese Ambassador to Viet Nam, Yasuaki Tanizaki, for his contributions to the transport sector.

Transport Minister Dinh La Thang said the insignia was not only to recognise the ambassador's contributions to transport, but also to treasure the support of both himself and the Japanese people. He said Japan was the biggest donor for infrastructure development in Viet Nam.

The ambassador offered to continue his efforts to promote the friendship between the two nations.

At present, the Ministry of Transport, in co-operation with Japanese donors, is carrying out 26 projects worth a total of US$9.74 billion. They include key projects such as Noi Bai Airport's Terminal 2 and Nhat Tan Bridge in Ha Noi.— VNS

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