Public-private delivery ceremony for cleaning equipment

On Thursday, September 10, a public-private ceremony to mark the delivery of cleaning equipment was held at Blue Bay Marine Park Centre with concerned parties from both Mauritius and Japan in attendance, including MOL-dispatched team.

Mauritius Minister of the Environment Kavydass Ramano and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Mauritius Yoshiharu Kato represented their respective governments at the event. In his opening address, Minister Ramano expressed his appreciation for Japan's ongoing support, including the provision of equipment, other relief supplies. When presenting the cleaning equipment, the leader of MOL-dispatched team said, "The provision of equipment and relief supplies is the first step, and we will continue mid-to-long-term support for Mauritius."

Presenting equipment and relief supplies from MOL
From left: Moheenee Nathoo, Mauritius Permanent Secretary Ministry of the Environment, Yoshiharu Kato, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Mauritius, Kavydass Ramano, Minister of the Environment