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Vietnam Day held in Nagasaki, Japan

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Vietnam Day held in Nagasaki, Japan

A “Vietnam Day” was organised for the first time in Japan’s Nagasaki prefecture on June 25, with the aim to further the Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership in the fields of trade, investment and culture.

PM Dung’s Japan visit records important outcomes

Politics

PM Dung’s Japan visit records important outcomes

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his entourage left Tokyo on December 15, concluding a four-day official visit to Japan where he attended a commemorative summit to mark 40 years of ASEAN-Japan dialogue relations and the fifth Mekong-Japan Summit.

Deputy Foreign Minister Pham Quang Vinh has told the press that the PM’s visit has achieved very important outcomes.

Prime Minister Dung active in Japan

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Prime Minister Dung active in Japan

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung had a hectic schedule on December 13 during his four-day visit to Japan , meeting with representatives from several Japanese organisations and many business leaders.

PM’s visit to Japan cements bilateral ties

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PM’s visit to Japan cements bilateral ties

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung will pay an official visit to Japan from December 12-15 at the invitation of his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, and attend a commemorative summit to mark 40 years of ASEAN-Japan dialogue relations and the fifth Mekong-Japan Summit held in the capital city, Tokyo.

Over the past years, the Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership has seen in-depth development. The two sides have regularly exchanged high-level delegations, contributing to further cementing their political trust.

First Vietnam–Japan security dialogue commences

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First Vietnam–Japan security dialogue commences

The first Vietnam–Japan security dialogue at the deputy ministerial level took place in Hanoi on November 26. The event was presided over by Deputy Minister of Public Security Sen. Lieut. Gen. Tran Viet Tan and Deputy Head of the Japan National Police Agency Kanetaka Masahito.