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Japanese ambassador calls on KP CM

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Japanese ambassador Mr Kuninori Matsuda called on Chief Minister KP Mahmood Khan at Khyber Pakthunkhwa House Islamabad and discussed different development projects and matters of mutual interest in the province.
Both the leaders agreed for mutual cooperation between Government of KP and Japanese Government, says an official statement issued here.
The Chief Minister KP thanked Japanese Government for JICA’s cooperation in development projects in the province, saying conditions of roads and others infrastructure in merged areas would be improved besides improving 700 kilometers roads with cooperation of JICA in KP.
With strengthening of roads infrastructure, the CM KP said tourism and trade activities would be improved in the province.
The KP Govt and JICA have agreed to improve roads infrastructure in rural areas of the province. The CM KP said a comprehensive document through Planning Commission has been sent to Japanese Embassy and JICA regarding repair and rehabilitation of roads in KP.
The Japanese ambassador expressed satisfaction over improvement of law and order situation in KP and appreciated promotion of trade, tourism and business activities in the province.
KP CM briefs PM Imran on development projects in tribal districts
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Friday called on Prime Minister Imran Khan at his office in Islamabad.
During the meeting, CM Mahmood Khan briefed PM Imran Khan on ongoing development projects and challenges in the tribal districts.
Federal government-funded mega projects in KP also came under discussion in the meeting. Mahmood Khan told the prime minister that the provincial government is committed to boost industry and tourism in the province.
Earlier on November 21, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan had said that development of underprivileged tribal districts was among top priorities of the provincial government.
Addressing a tribal Jirga in Khyber, CM Mahmood had said that huge funds had been allocated for the newly merged districts to remove deprivations of people of these areas. The chief minister had said, “Interest-free loans are being given to tribal youth under Insaf Rozgar Scheme.”
On the occasion, the CM Mahmood had announced giving the status of Tehsil to Tirah and establishment of a hospital in the area. Later, he had also visited Tirah Valley along Pak-Afghan border in Khyber and inaugurated a border fort in the area.



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