Japan interested in working with technical studies of Lima Metro
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Japan interested in working with technical studies of Lima Metro

Lima : Peru | Apr 02, 2012 at 12:27 AM PDT
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The Japanese Ambassador to Peru, Masahiro Fukukawa , said his country's interest to cooperate with the completion of technical studies necessary for the implementation of section 2 of the Metro de Lima , who joined the district of Ate the province of Callao.

The diplomat highlighted the experience you have in this field your country, and said that only would require that the Peruvian government requested for such technical support is cleared.

" For this project, Metro, if there is request from the Government of Peru , we would be ready to go forward analysis of the study, "he said Fukukawa.

He recalled that the Agency Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) conducted an investigation five years ago about the way it should be designed transport system in metropolitan Lima.

JAPANESE COMPANIES ROAD PROJECT invest

also did not rule out that, given its experience in the subject road, Japanese companies wishing to participate financially in the implementation of this project in Lima.

The diplomat said that, however, JICA has scheduled in the coming days other research , and to update the report five years ago.

The section 2 of the Metro de Lima, also known as Lima's electric train will have a branch on Avenida Faucett International Airport Jorge Chavez and require an investment of 3,000 million dollars , as estimated by the authorities.

IQBALMEMON468 is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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