(VOV) - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung’s upcoming visit to Japan is expected to deepen the strategic partnership between the two countries, especially in economics, trade, investment and development assistance.
(VOV) - The Department of Overseas Labour Management has announced from 2014, medical practitioners and orderlies with Japan Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) certificates N1 or N2.
(VOV) -The Vietnamese Embassy has held a banquet to celebrate the 68th anniversary of National Day at the Viethaus in Berlin.
(VOV) -Approximately 180 Vietnamese nurses and orderlies are expected to have the opportunity to work in Japan if they complete a Japanese language training course next year.
(VOV) - More than 100 orderlies successfully completing German language certification will fly to Germany in September 2013 to begin a two-year follow-up training course there.
(VOV) - More than 100 delegates attended the 7th Vietnam-Japan Economic Dialogue held in Tokyo on July 18.
(VOV) - A Vietnam Father Front (VFF) delegation led by President Huynh Dam visited Germany over June 23–26 with a view to promoting a strategic partnership between the two nations.
(VOV) - Japan considers Vietnam one of its key partners and wants to further develop the strategic partnership with the Southeast Asian nation.
(VOV) - Vietnam and Japan will develop their strategic partnership comprehensively, especially in economics, trade and investment.
Experts made proposals to protect Vietnamese female guest workers’ legitimate rights, at a seminar in Hanoi on December 17.
(VOV) - National Assembly (NA) Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung has praised former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama for his positive and effective contributions to strengthening the Vietnam-Japan relationship.
(VOV) - A Japanese language training course for 150 Vietnamese medical orderlies under the Vietnam-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (VJEPA) program opened on November 28.
Japanese businesses, which are operating over 2,000 projects in Vietnam, are in need of a high-quality workforce, says Vietnamese ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung.
The Department for Overseas Labour (DOLAB) plans to train 150 orderlies in late 2012 and select prospective candidates for work in Japan in early 2014.
The Kim Bang Sanatorium Centre in Ha Nam province is home to more than 100 ailing soldiers, including 40 seriously wounded ones who are still suffering from the trauma of battle.