Delhi, Japan ink deal to fight pollution


Neighbourhood News Desk/Avi Arya: Fukuoka prefectural government, one of the provincial governments of Japan, will help the capital fight air pollution. Delhi government and the Fukuoka prefectural government have signed an agreement on the establishment of friendship and cooperation. Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal pointed out that environment was a major issue of concern, and they hoped to harness further potential in the sphere.

After he signed the memorandum of understanding with governor of Fukuoka Prefecture, Hiroshi Ogawa. Government official said that Fukuoka has significantly overcome the challenges of air pollution it faced in the past and will share the know-how with Delhi.The agreement says that the two parties will develop joint action plan and develop modalities for financial obligations for cooperation in different sectors. IT will also remain in force for three years.


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