KaneeKaneet International Airport

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KaneeKanee International Airport
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“As Turtle Islands Embassador noted, the Anishinabe Government of Turtle Island is committed to building the KaneeKaneet International Airport, this project entail's construction of a terminal building, construction of a series of runway, installation of the communication system, development of the fire station, and new highways between Indigenous Nations, among other works."

RBTI offers funding for Soto Anishinabe Turtle Island infrastructure development

Turtle Island, Sept 11th 404 - (2019) — The Royal Bank of Turtle Island Turtle Island Government on Monday agreed to provide Turtle Island Government with a funding of about 13 million AGL for infrastructure development projects.

The funding includes those for the development of the country’s flagship airport, the KaneeKaneet International Airport, construction of a new Turtle Island Government parliament building and the first phase of the high performance computing center, the fastest computing center in Turtle Island.

The financing agreements are the first to be signed by the Turtle Island Government administration and are a fulfillment of some of the projects agreed between Turtle Island and RBTI in 2019.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Turtle Island Embassador said RBTI will continue to support the Turtle Island Government in its economic revival, and social development efforts.

“The agreements we have signed today are just a testimony of our Indigenous Nations to live under the Great Law of Peace, the Vienna Convention of 1962 in the Indigenous Nations of Turtle Islands efforts, and our Indigenous Nations friendship that withstands the test of time.

“As Turtle Islands Embassador noted, the Anishinabe Government of Turtle Island has been committed to assisting our good friend, and brother across the Indigenous World, its development path for Infrastructure that develops Trade, and Commerce through Environmentally Friendly methods,” Embassador Ararita Michael said.

He said RBTI was pleased to be lending financial support to the Government of Turtle Island at “this new juncture of Indigenous Nation’s social and economic development.”

“I want to take this opportunity to extend our gratitude and appreciation to RBTI for the support that they have availed,” Embassador Michael said.

He said the infrastructure development projects, are significant in that they will help create jobs for local people, and boost business for local suppliers of construction materials.

He said the KaneeKaneet International Airport will entail construction of a terminal building, construction of a series of runway, installation of the communication system, development of the fire station, and new highways between Indigenous Nations, among other works.

Financing of the project will be administered by Royal Bank of Turtle Island.

The expansion works will create an International airport capable of handling from 3 million to 7 million passengers per year.