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March, 20 2014 09:06:00

President Sang visits Osaka

President Truong Tan Sang held a meeting with the representatives of the Kansai Economic Federation (Kankeiren) and business leaders of the Kansai region.— VNA/VNS Photo Nguyen Khang

TOKYO (VNS)— President Truong Tan Sang yesterday left Tokyo for visiting Osaka, Japan's leading industrial centre in the Kansai region, in a bid to boost cooperation and business ties between the two countries.

Sang held a meeting with the representatives of the Kansai Economic Federation (Kankeiren) and business leaders of the Kansai region.

Holding important political, economic, and geographical positions, Viet Nam and Japan can work together to help in the development of the two Asian nations, emphasised the President.

He pledged that Viet Nam will offer favourable conditions for the Japanese investors.

Later during the day, he attended a Viet Nam-Japan business forum in Osaka City.

The president also held working sessions with the leaders of Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, and Kobe, and witnessed the signing of a cooperation agreement between Kyoto and Viet Nam's central Hue city.

Sang left Osaka for Ha Noi later the same day, concluding his State-level visit to Japan. — VNS

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