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Japan, Vietnam boost human resource cooperation

Update: December, 02/2014 - 14:26
Politburo member and Chairman of the Viet Nam-Japan Friendship Parliamentary Group, To Huy Rua (R), receives President of the Japan National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Takashi Shiraishi, in Ha Noi on December 1. — VNA/VNS Photo An Dang

HA NOI (VNS) — Politburo member and Chairman of the Viet Nam-Japan Friendship Parliamentary Group, To Huy Rua, received President of the Japan National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Takashi Shiraishi, in Ha Noi on December 1.

Rua spoke highly of effective cooperation in education and training between Viet Nam and Japan over the past years, and called for closer ties between the GRIPS and Vietnamese relevant agencies in the future to make use of their advantages.

He emphasized that Viet Nam wishes to strengthen cooperation with Japan, especially in high-quality human resource development.

He urged the Japanese side to coordinate with Viet Nam in training Vietnamese officials at all levels.

For his part, Takashi Shiraishi showed his impressions on Vietnamese people and landscapes.

He affirmed that with advantages in education and training, Japan will continue its efforts in helping Vietnam train high-quality human resources, thus making practical contributions to the two countries' strategic partnership for peace and prosperity in Asia.— VOV/VNS

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