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Vietnam, Japan foster bilateral ties in numerous aspects

08:47 | 07/31/2015

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh co-chaired the seventh meeting of the Vietnam-Japan Cooperation Committee and held talks with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida as part of his official visit to Japan from July 29-31.

Vietnam places importance on extensive strategic partnership with Japan

15:13 | 07/05/2015

(VOV) -Vietnam always attaches high importance to strengthening comprehensive strategic partnership between the two nations and supports Japan’s role and positive contributions to peace, stability, cooperation and development in the region and in the world.

Vietnam, Germany seek to boost trade

12:23 | 07/01/2015

Measures to boost trade between Vietnam and Germany were discussed during a Vietnam Fatherland Front delegation’s working visit to Germany by that ended on June 30.

More Vietnamese nurses recruited to work in Japan

14:58 | 10/21/2014

The Department for Overseas Labour Management on October 20 announced the recruitment of 180 nurses and orderlies to work in Japan as part of the Vietnam-Japan economic partnership agreements (EPA).

A wealth of opportunity for German investment in Vietnam

10:32 | 10/15/2014

(VOV) - Vietnam’s equitization of state-owned enterprises (SoEs), principally corporations and major banks will offer a host of investment and business opportunities for the economic private sector, foreign investors who may become Vietnam’s strategic partners.

Vietnam wishes for stronger ties with Japan

20:22 | 08/01/2014

(VOV) - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung affirmed Vietnam’s desire to join efforts with Japan in elevating bilateral ties to a higher level at a reception for visiting Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida in Hanoi on August 1.

PM Dung affirms close Vietnam-Japan ties

18:55 | 07/25/2014

(VOV) - Vietnam will do its utmost to, together with Japan, strengthen bilateral cooperation in a deep, practical and effective manner on the back of the recently established extensive strategic partnership.

Vietnamese nurses attend training course in Japan

18:30 | 06/10/2014

(VOV) -A training course for Vietnamese nurses and orderlies opened in Japan’s Chiba prefecture on June 9.

Vietnam, Japan boost cooperation in social affairs

08:00 | 05/14/2014

Vietnam and Japan will step up cooperation in wage policy, labour relations, vocational training, social and unemployment insurance, and social welfares for the elderly.

125 Vietnamese orderlies to work in Germany this year

18:34 | 04/25/2014

(VOV) -A pilot programme providing advanced training for Vietnamese medical orderlies in Germany will be accepting applications from May 6-20, according to the Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB).

Presidential visit to Japan - a milestone in bilateral ties

17:11 | 03/20/2014

(VOV) - The recent visit to Japan by State President Truong Tan Sang is an important landmark signifying a new chapter in bilateral relations, says Deputy Prime Minister-Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh.

Vietnam, Japan promote strategic partnership

18:10 | 12/15/2013

(VOV) - Prime Minster Nguyen Tan Dung and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe have reached high consensus on orientations and specific measures to deepen the Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership.

Strengthening Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership

19:34 | 12/09/2013

(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.

Japanese opportunities for medical practitioners and nurses

19:06 | 10/25/2013

(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.

National Day celebrated in Germany

17:28 | 09/02/2013

(VOV) -The Vietnamese Embassy has held a banquet to celebrate the 68th anniversary of National Day at the Viethaus in Berlin.