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Japanese, Peruvian leaders to hold 1st talk in 9 years on bilateral ties
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13:01, March 17, 2008

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Japanese Prime Minister and visiting Peruvian President Alan Garcia will hold talks on bilateral ties at their first summit talks in nine years late Monday.

The two leaders will confer about Japan's financial assistance to the South American country at the summit, and are expected to sign a joint agreement on environmental cooperation.

Earlier on Monday, Japan agreed to provide 785 million yen in aid to help Peru rebuild five schools and a water tower damaged byan earthquake last August in southern Peru at the meeting of their foreign ministers, media reported, citing foreign ministry officials.

The Japan-Peru relations have soured since Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori fled to Japan in November 2000 to escape a corruption scandal involving alleged bribes to legislators. Fujimori managed to stay in Japan for five years with the supposed support of some Japanese parliamentarians.

Garcia arrived here Sunday for a three-day visit.


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