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OSMANI: JAPANESE ASSISTANCE IN THE HEALTH DIRECTLY TARGETS THE CONDITIONS FOR THE PATIENTS
14:03, Thursday, November 15, 2018

Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European Affairs Bujar Osmani, in the role of National Coordinator for allocation of foreign assistance in the Republic of Macedonia, together with the Minister of Health, Venko Filipce, together with the Ambassador of Japan in the Republic of Macedonia, Keiko Haneda attended on the handing over of the equipment and renovations provided with a grant by the Government of Japan.

"It is a great pleasure for me that today I have that honour, to host Her Excellency, the Ambassador of Japan to the Republic of Macedonia, Keiko Haneda, here at the University Clinic for Digestive Surgery, where I am still actively working. The satisfaction is of course even greater, given the fact that with the selfless help of the Government of Japan, as well as the unselfish commitment of her Excellency Haneda, today we have these working conditions that you see here, and which are of course the most important for our patients"- said Osmani, pointing out the equipment and the renovations that the Institute for Respiratory Diseases in Children - Kozle, as well as the University Clinic for Gynaecology and Obstetrics received from the same grant.

Furthermore, Osmani pointed out that since independence, Japan has provided a lot of support through official development assistance in several important sectors, key to achieving our reform processes and strategic goals such as health, education, development of local communities in the amount of over 420 million euros, for which he expressed special gratitude to the Government of Japan, but also personally to Ambassador Haneda, for her personal contribution to the successful implementation of this assistance.

Today at the university clinics three projects were officially put into operation- part of a total of nine for which in March this year contracts were signed within the Grant Programme for small projects for basic human needs for which the Japanese Government provided funds in the amount of 428,066 euros.

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