Mrs. Sadako Ogata, Prime Minister's Special Representative for Assistance to Afghanistan, to Visit Afghanistan
July 1, 2003
- Mrs. Sadako Ogata, Prime Minister's Special Representative for Assistance to Afghanistan, will visit Afghanistan from July 5 (Sat) to 14 (Mon) to review the situation in the country and see how assistance has been implemented, and also to study how the international community should assist Afghanistan and what assistance policy Japan should take.
- During her stay in Afghanistan, Mrs. Ogata will have talks with those concerned in the Government of Afghanistan, international organizations such as the U.N. and major donor countries, and others. She will also visit Mazar-e Sharif and other provincial cities.
- This will be Mrs. Ogata's third visit to Afghanistan in the capacity of Prime Minister's Special Representative: Her previous visits were in January 2002 right before the International Conference on Reconstruction Assistance to Afghanistan, and June 2002 during the Emergency Loya Jirga.
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