Delhi government signs a friendship agreement with Japan for cooperation in various fields
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government and Fukuoka Prefecture in Japan has recently signed a friendship agreement for cooperation in various fields including environment, cultural exchange, education, tourism and heritage, and air pollution. Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal and Governor of Fukuoka Hiroshi Ogawa represented the two governments. The two cities signed this agreement for three years, with effect from April 2017, till 2020. The first MoU/Friendship Agreement between Delhi and Fukuoka was signed in March 2005 and was done for the second time in March 2012.
Topics: Aam Aadmi Party • Arvind Kejriwal • Delhi • Delhi Legislative Assembly • Fukuoka Prefecture • Government of Delhi • Hiroshi Ogawa • Prakash Jarwal • Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi • State governments of India • Vegetarians