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Japanese expertise to the rescue


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A professional Japanese delegation led by ex-Japanese Member of Parliament Ashodha Kioshi arrived in Sri Lanka to part with knowledge and provide tools to minimise quarantine issues that occur in the process of vegetable and fruits exportation to Japan.  In addition, the delegation is to provide assistance equipment and knowledge to cultivate fruit lands in the Northern Province and provide knowledge on exportation of fresh produce to Japan – Pic by Kumarasiri Prasad, Airport Correspondent


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