A senior official of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) has stressed the importance of learning from Japan ’s experience, especially in high-quality human resources training.

To Huy Rua, Politburo member and Head of CPV Central Committee’s Commission for Organisation, told a delegation of senior Japanese experts on May 21 that Japan ’s collaboration in this field manifests its practical support to Vietnam ’s industrialisation and modernization.

The nation has set a target to become a modern-oriented industrialised nation by 2020.

The Japanese delegation, led by Head of Japan’s Human Resources Development Bureau Yosida Kozo, is on a visit to Vietnam to cooperate with the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics and Public Administration in training managerial staff.

The Party, State and people of Vietnam always treasure and wish for growing development with Japan , Rua said, adding that Kozo’s visit is a practical activity to celebrate the Vietnam–Japan 2013 Friendship Year and the 40 th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties.

Kozo affirmed that Japan attaches importance to developing ties with Vietnam , which would contribute to deepening the Vietnam–Japan strategic partnership for peace and prosperity in Asia .

He expressed his wish to further advance Japan–Vietnam ties in the future.-VNA