Japan will provide financial assistance to Bolivia through the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to help the Latin American country preserve the ruins of the early Tiahuanaco Indian culture.

Japan and UNESCO will dispatch a joint mission of experts to Bolivia by the spring to work out a specific program to preserve the ruins and to determine the amount of financial aid necessary, government sources said Saturday.

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