Japanese envoy opens school in Swabi Town, Japanese emissary Takashi Kurai has said that his country will continue giving financial help to Pakistan to give quality preparing to teenagers, especially young women.
Japanese envoy opens school in Swabi Town
He went to Shewa town here on Monday to present an inside school for young women, which is worked with the cash related help of the Japanese government.
Universal place of refuge’s first secretary for economy and headway, Teruaki Nagasawa, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Minister Atif Khan and Senior Minister Shahram Khan Tarakai were moreover present on the occasion. The school worked to a detriment of Rs10 million has starting now started offering affirmations.
Chatting on the occasion, Mr Kurai said the Japanese government would continue helping Pakistan in direction division, particularly in building preparing base in provincial extents. He said Pakistan and Japan had been getting a charge out of warm relations and the two countries helped each other in the hour of need. On the occasion, Mr Tarakai said wellbeing and direction were the top shelters of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf-drove normal government. He said game plan of the instructors through the NTS had been applauded by the national and overall spectators. He said the governing body would never exchange off on preparing of young people who were the country’s future.
Direction Minister Mr Atif said the PTI government had been endeavoring to invigorate foundations. “Despite the way that we have not finished 100 for every penny destinations yet rather we are close to the target,” he said.
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