Frunzensky district of Minsk extends cooperation with Japan

Frunzensky district of Minsk extends cooperation with Japan

A new vector of old friendship: the Frunzensky district of Minsk is extending its cooperation with some regions of Japan.

It is, first of all, this means the development of joint projects in various fields from economy to culture.

Japanese colleagues are interested in Belarusian experience in medical care and educational services, as well as housing and communal services. The long-time friends and reliable partners today strengthened their intentions by signing a cooperation agreement.

Artem Tsuran, head of the Frunzensky district administration:
It's beneficial when educational institutions directly contact each other, when the health care institutions contact and the housing and communal services systems exchange experience.

Hiroki Tokunaga, Ambassador of Japan to the Republic of Belarus:
There are friendly relations between Japan and the Frunzensky district.

Particular attention is paid to overcoming the consequences of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and the Fukushima accident.

Over years, gymnasium number 19 of Minsk and one of Japanese schools have cooperated in the field of ecological education.