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Afghanistan granting honorary citizenship to Japanese aid worker

14 Apr 2019 The Khaama Press News Agency

The government of

Afghanistan is granting honorary citizenship to a Japanese aid worker for his

15 years of service to people of Afghanistan.

Shah Mahmood Miakhel, provincial governor of Nangarhar province on Sunday announced that Dr. Tetsu Nakamura, the head of Peace Japan Medical Services (PMS) will soon be granted honorary citizenship by the government of Afghanistan.

Speaking during a

gathering organized in Nangarhar provincial government compound earlier today,

Mr. Miakhel hailed Dr. Nakamura for his 15 years of service to people of

Afghanistan.

Mr. Miakhel further

added that Dr. Nakamura has received a honorary medal from the government of

Afghanistan based on recommendations of Nangarhar provincial government.

He also added that the

Presidential Palace has also approved the recommendation of Nangarhar

government to grant a honorary citizenship to Dr. Nakamura.

According to Miakhel,

the process of collecting biometrics data from Dr. Nakamura has been completed

and he is due to receive his honorary citizenship documents from President

Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in the near future.

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