Deputy Minister Doan Mau Diep receives the Delegation from Hyogo Prefecture’s People’s Council

Date modify: 05-11-2018
On May 9th, at the Head office of the Ministry of Labour – Invalids and Social Affairs, Deputy Minister Doan Mau Diep had a cordial meeting and working session with the Delegation of members from Hyogo Prefecture’s People’s Council led by Mr. Haruna Tetsuo on the occasion the visit to Vietnam of the Delegation. Attending the meeting were leaderships representatives from the Department of International Cooperation, Department of Overseas Labour.

At the meeting, Mr. Haruna Tetsuo said that, currently, the old population in Japan had been increasing, therefore the recruiment foreign human resource to work in Japan was urged. Recently, Vietnam was the country dispatching the skill internee biggest in Japan on many field.

Mr.Haruna Tetsuo highly appreciated Vietnamese labourers for their hardworking, efforts in work and hoped that the cooperation between Hyogo Prefecture and MOLISA in Labour field would be increasingly better, and contribute to the good relationship, wide deep comprehensive strategic cooperation between the two countries.

After 45 years of establishing foreign relations (1973 – 2018), Vietnam and Japan have built the best friendly relationship ever, reached the believe on political fields, process of cooperation on economy, culture as well as labour.

"The cooperation between Vietnam and Japan in the field of labour brings benefits to the two countries. The young workforce of Vietnam has the opportunity to study, work in a country having the developed science and technology, high discipline. Japan also can solve the problem of labour shortage due to population aging," said Doan Mau Diep.

At present, the two Governments have successfully implemented a program to send Vietnamese nurses to work in Japan. It is known that Vietnamese candidates must have the N3 level or above in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test  to meet the requirement to work in Japan.

The Deputy Minister shared that the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) continuously refined the activities of businesses that dispatching trainees to Japan, suspend illegal businesses. He hoped that the Japanese side and Hyogo prefectures would paid more attention to the organization  recepting labour in order to the program of sending trainees work best.

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