Japanese IDI team meets Kilinochchi GA

[TamilNet, Monday, 03 March 2003, 00:48 GMT]
A delegation of the Infrastructure Development Institute of Japan (IDI), led by Mr.Yoshiyo Yabe, Senior consultant and Director of Planning Department of IDI, met with Kilinochchi Government Agent(GA), Rasanayagam, at the Kilinochchi secretariat Saturday, sources in Kilinochchi said.

The delegation obtained details of the proposed plans for infrastructure development including connector roads within the district, roads to interconnect agricultural centers, rebuilding destroyed railway tracks, electricity supply, telecommunications and plans for providing urgent humanitarian needs such as safe drinking water, from Kilinochchi officials, sources said.

Director of Committee on Immediate Humanitarian Rehabilitation Needs (SIHRN), Selvin Irenuess, also participated in the discussions.

The IDI delegation came to Kilinochchi after visiting and talking to civil officials in Jaffna on similar needs in the peninsula.

The IDI team is on a fact-finding mission in the northeastern province from February 26 till March 6.

 

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