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Representatives of "Hokkaido Bank" visited the Amur Region

On August 4, in the Government of the Amur Region, the head of the region, Oleg Kozhemyako, met with a delegation from Hokkaido Bank, headed by the vice-president of the bank, Sasahara Masahiro, the governor's press service reported. It was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Bakumenko, Minister of Agriculture Sergei Vologdin, management of Amuragroholding LLC. At the meeting, the parties discussed issues of further interaction and cooperation in the field of agriculture, the implementation of an agricultural project with the participation of the Japanese side.

“Despite last year's floods, we have pretty good harvest prospects this year. You have familiarized yourself with this. There is every reason to confidently continue our relationship, - Oleg Kozhemyako addressed the Japanese representatives. - The Amur land is fertile. Good results can be achieved with the use of your technologies and our specialists. "

The participants discussed specific issues of project implementation, including provision of modern agricultural machinery and equipment, technical personnel and specialists with knowledge of the Japanese language.

Sasahara Masahiro expressed his gratitude for the help in implementing the joint project. With the Amuragroholding company, the Japanese bank reached an agreement - the intention to cooperate, a plot of land in 1000 ha was determined, which will be sown by Japanese technology next spring. Sasahara Masahiro said: "We are working hard to ensure that the project is implemented."

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