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Chandrababu’s invites Japanese PM for Amaravati’s foundation ceremony

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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday met Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo and welcomed him to the foundation stone laying service of state’s new capital Amaravati. Naidu said Prime Minister Narendra Modi would likewise compose to Abe welcoming him for the service to be held in October this year.

Abe guaranteed Naidu that Japan will amplify all specialized and conceivable monetary help to for foundation development and building of capital, said an official explanation here. The chief minister  likewise made a solicitation for making some standardized game plan for AP-Japan relationship, to which Abe concurred.


On the second day of his visit, Naidu also met with Akihiro Ohta of the service of area, base, transport and tourism (MLIT). Ohta said subsequent to Andhra Pradesh is developing another capital, MLIT is quick to expand collaboration in streets and structures and base. Naidu looked for MLIT’s participation in building AP’s ports, air terminals and streets.

Naidu additionally approached Tatsufumi Sakai, overseeing official officer and head of global keeping money unit at Mizuho Bank, the second biggest bank in Japan. He welcomed Mizuho Bank to set up their India base camp in Amaravati. “We are wanting to make our capital a financial hub,” he said. Later, a MoU was marked between the bank and Andhra Pradesh.

The chief minister additionally met Soft Bank author and CEO Masayoshi Son, who passed on to him that Soft Bank will fabricate sun powered boards under ‘Make in India’ activity and set up their assembling unit in Andhra Pradesh. Soft Bank has likewise come foreword to sponsor scholarships to engineering students why should willing spend significant time in solar power engineering.


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