Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association of Ibaraki Supports Vietnamese Interns
Ibaraki province has a great need for agricultural and human resources, providing an opportunity for Vietnamese interns to learn advanced Japanese technologies in the fields of agriculture and health care. The Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association of Ibaraki Province will prioritize supporting Vietnamese interns, said Yamaguchi Yachie, president of the Ibaraki's Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association at the meeting with the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association on September 12 in Hanoi.
|The Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association works with Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association of Irabaki prefecture. Photo: Thu Ha|
Returning to Vietnam after four years, the delegation of the Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association of Ibaraki, including many students from the province, visited Ha Dong Medical College, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, and Foreign University under Hue University, a number of centers supporting children in difficult circumstances, victims of Agent Orange/dioxin.
"We want to create conditions for the youth of the two countries to have many opportunities to exchange and study," Yamaguchi said.
She added that Ibaraki province has a great need for agricultural and nursing human resources. This is an opportunity for Vietnamese interns to learn advanced Japanese technologies in the fields of agriculture and health care. Besides, they also learn the Japanese working style.
|Yamaguchi Yachie (second, from left), president of the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Association of Ibaraki, spoke at the reception. Photo: Thu Ha|
"During the epidemic, many Vietnamese interns are facing difficulties because they have no work. The Association has organized many activities to listen, share difficulties, and introduce jobs to them. The Japanese Yen is depreciating but Japan is still a potential market. We hope that the authorities of the two countries will increase exchanges, and support, and create conditions for Vietnamese apprentices to have a stable life and feel secure in working together for a long time. long in Japan," Yamaguchi said.
Speaking at the reception, Bui Khac Son, vice chairman of the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association appreciated the activities of the Ibaraki's Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association, and introduced a number of activities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries by the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association, then discuss more issues that the two sides can cooperate in the future.
|Bui Khac Son, vice chairman of Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association. Photo: Thu Ha|
Son said that the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association wants to coordinate with the Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association of Ibaraki province to organize youth exchange activities, culture, and sports; and organize discussions on areas of mutual interest. At the same time, promotes exchange and economic activities and supports community development in Vietnam.
Located about 100km to the northeast of Tokyo, Ibaraki has a population of about 2.8 million and an area of nearly 6,100 km2. This is the hometown of Hitachi - one of the leading industrial corporations in Japan.
Ibaraki also is famous for its delicious food and it provides a variety of vegetables and food for Japan.
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