After nearly three years of preliminary research, Japan will dispatch a mission of aid experts to Cuba as early as this summer to begin full-scale work on the development of a project to clean up heavily polluted Havana Bay, government sources said Tuesday.

The mission members will be from the Japan International Cooperation Agency, a government-affiliated major aid organ, the sources said, adding it will take about two years to draft a master plan.

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