Japan to provide grant of $3 mln to help create national infrastructure for geospatial data of Ukraine
Japan International Cooperation Agency (J ICA) will provide $3 million to realize a pilot project as part of the creation of the national infrastructure for geospatial data in Ukraine, Deputy Head of Diplomatic Mission and Advisor to Embassy of Japan to Ukraine Hiromi Nakano has said.
"This is a grant, we do not demand the return of it," she said at the joint seminar of JICA and the State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre in Kyiv on Friday.
Nakano said that the pilot project which was launched by JICA in September 2015 will be finished in August 2017.
Head of the State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Maksym Martyniuk said that the pilot project today is considered as a preparatory stage to create the database for processing geospatial information in Ukraine.
The project will cover geospatial data of territories of around 900 square meters.