Japanese special advisor vows to work for Vietnam-Japan ties

08:46 | 15/07/2015 Cooperation

Tsutomu Takebe, special advisor to the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentary Alliance, pledged continued efforts to foster bilateral ties, especially in constructing the Viet Nhat university.

Japanese special advisor vows to work for Vietnam-Japan ties

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung receives Tsutomu Takebe, special advisor to the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentary Alliance (Source: VNA)

Meeting Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung in Hanoi on July 14, Takebe also promised to call for Japanese investment in the Hoa Lac hi-tech park, the north-south high-speed railway and the Long Thanh international airport.

He pledged to continue facilitating the reception of Vietnamese agriculture trainees to Japan and cultural and people-to-people exchanges.

Takebe also spoke highly of the outcomes of talks between the Vietnamese and Japanese PMs during the host’s recent visit to Japan, saying the Japan-Vietnam relationship has come a long way and is deepening.

The guest assured his host that he will convey the PM’s proposal to survey the planting of wildly-popular cherry blossom trees in Vietnam to Japanese leaders upon his return.

The Vietnamese PM, for his part, asked Takebe to push bilateral hi-tech farming and fisheries cooperation forward, invite Japanese inflows into Vietnam’s major projects and receive more Vietnamese workers, nurses and trainees to Japan./.

Source: VNA

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