The President proposed that Japan move towards visa exemption for Vietnamese people

The President proposed that Japan move towards visa exemption for Vietnamese people 3
The President proposed that Japan move towards visa exemption for Vietnamese people 3

During the talks at the Japanese Prime Minister’s Office today, President Vo Van Thuong and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida expressed satisfaction with the strong, comprehensive, and substantive development in all areas of bilateral relations.

President Vo Van Thuong hopes that Japan will continue to support Vietnam in training high-quality human resources, easing entry procedures, and soon issuing electronic visas and multiple-entry visas for Vietnamese citizens entering Japan.

The two leaders agreed to increase annual high-level exchanges and contacts in many flexible forms, continue to deploy existing cooperative dialogue mechanisms and promote the establishment of new and enhanced cooperation mechanisms.

President Vo Van Thuong and Prime Minister Kishida before the talks in Tokyo today.

Regarding economic cooperation, the two leaders agreed to continue strengthening economic links between the two countries, promoting cooperation to ensure economic security and expanding cooperation in new fields such as innovation,

Prime Minister Kishida affirmed to continue supporting Vietnam in industrialization, modernization, building an independent, self-reliant economy, and deep international integration with the goal of becoming a developed country by 2045.

Emphasizing that Japanese businesses consider Vietnam to be an important base in cooperation to ensure supply chains and the most promising investment destination among ASEAN countries, Prime Minister Kishida suggested that the two sides coordinate to improve efficiency and solve problems.

President Vo Van Thuong suggested that Japan actively consider providing Vietnam with new generation ODA loans focusing on large-scale strategic infrastructure development projects in Vietnam, promoting Japanese businesses.

The two sides affirmed to continue to coordinate closely on regional and international issues of mutual concern, actively contribute to maintaining peace, stability and development in the region and the world, and support each other at

After the talks, the two leaders issued a Joint Statement on upgrading relations to `Comprehensive Strategic Partnership for peace and prosperity in Asia and the world`.

The two leaders also witnessed the signing of cooperation documents between ministries and sectors of the two countries on aspects such as energy conversion, preservation and restoration of cultural heritage, health, science, and equipment supply.

The President proposed that Japan move towards visa exemption for Vietnamese people

Japanese Prime Minister presides over the welcoming ceremony for President Vo Van Thuong

Japanese Prime Minister presides over the welcoming ceremony for President Vo Van Thuong.

President Vo Van Thuong and his wife are on an official visit to Japan at the invitation of the Japanese government on November 27-30.

Vietnam – Japan established diplomatic relations on September 21, 1973 and established a strategic partnership in 2009. In 2014, the two countries established an extensive strategic partnership for peace and prosperity.

Japan is the first G7 country to recognize Vietnam’s market economy status and has twice invited Vietnam to attend the expanded G7 Summit.

Japan is Vietnam’s leading economic partner, ranking first in providing ODA aid, second in labor cooperation, third in investment and tourism, and fourth in trade.

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