The President of the Republic confident in the strengthening of Vietnam-Japan relations


State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc was speaking at the reception of Kuroiwa Yuji, Governor of Kanagawa Prefecture, in Hanoi on November 20.

Cooperation between localities of the two countries plays an important role in bilateral relations, and strengthening such local cooperation and exchanges will create the prerequisite for raising the Vietnam-Japan partnership to new heights.

The President spoke highly of the Governor’s role in fostering Kanagawa-Vietnam relations, including through business networking seminars and annual cultural exchange events, including the recent Kanagawa Festival in Hanoi which attracted a large number of visitors.

Recognizing that Kanagawa and localities in Vietnam have great potential for investment and business cooperation, Phuc called on Kanagawa enterprises to step up investment in high-quality agriculture, supporting industries, information technology, health care, cancer screening, sewage treatment and environmental protection in Vietnam. .

The president proposed to Kanagawa to expand the reception of Vietnamese trainees, nurses and workers, and at the same time to create favorable conditions for the Vietnamese community to live, study and work in its host community.

Yuji, for his part, briefed his host on the results of the recent Kanagawa Festival in Hanoi, which he said helped promote not only cultural exchanges but also business opportunities between the two countries.

He said many companies in Kanagawa are keen to invest in Vietnam and expected their companies to receive support and assistance from the Vietnamese government to undertake their future projects in the country.

Kanagawa will host more cultural, educational and economic exchanges with Vietnam, and provide full support to Vietnamese students for their studies in the prefecture, Yuri said.

He shared the issues related to the aging population and expressed Kanagawa’s desires to promote cooperation with Vietnam to effectively address this challenge in the future.


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