- Japan to send a new team of experts to Mauritius over oil spill clean-up.
- The team is said to include officials from Japan International Cooperation Agency.
- Japan has told the Mauritian Prime Minister that it will provide long-term assistance.
- On Aug. 7 Mauritius had declared a state of environmental emergency due to the oil spillage.
Tags : JAPAN FOREIGN MINISTRY, JAPAN FOREIGN MINISTER, TOSHIMITSU MOTEGI, JAPAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGENCY, MAURITIUS,