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The head of the Khabarovsk Territory offered cooperation from Japanese entrepreneurs in implementing large projects.

The Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Vyacheslav Shport, offered to businessmen from Japan cooperation in the implementation of major regional projects. According to the press service of the head of the region, Vyacheslav Shport met with the governor of the Japanese prefecture Hyogo Toshizo Ido, who arrived from Japan with a delegation of more than 100 people. The visit is dedicated to 45 - the anniversary of the establishment of friendly sister city relations between the two regions.

During the meeting, Vyacheslav Shport noted the need to expand trade and economic cooperation. Japan is one of the three largest foreign trade partners of the Khabarovsk Territory. In the province there are 38 enterprises with Japanese investments.

“In the near future, very large projects will be implemented in the province, in which businesses from Hyogo Prefecture can also take part. This is the creation of a fishery complex in the port special economic zone "Vanino - Sovetskaya Gavan", and the construction of a particle board plant in the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, and the comprehensive development of the Khabarovsk international airport. Agriculture is also a promising area, in our opinion. There are many opportunities for joint cooperation, we need to work on their implementation, "- said the governor of the region.

The head of the prefecture Hyogo Tosidzo Ido, in turn, noted that youth exchanges and cooperation in the field of education are developing very actively between the two regions. He stressed that the next stage of bilateral relations should be the implementation of joint investment projects.

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