JICA appoints Yoshifumi Omura as its new chief representative in Egypt

Hagar Omran
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Japan’s International Cooperation Agency (JICA)’s appointed Yoshifumi Omura to be its new chief representative in Egypt after Teruyuki Ito, the former chief representative, according to the agency’s Facebook page, adding that Hikaru Takahashi and Chiaki Yamagami were appointed as new representatives as well.

Former chief representative’s 3-year mission in Egypt witnessed a great loop towards cooperation between Egypt and Japan, including the signing of Egypt-Japan Education Partnership Initiative, Hurghada PV, Borg Al Arab International Airport’s extension project, and the second loan to the Grand Egyptian Museum.

JICA’s office thanked Ito and Kei Ikegami, who is a former representative as well, for their great efforts during their work in Egypt.

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