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Vietnam - Japan relations are increasingly stronger

Tarah Nguyen Tarah Nguyen

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October 20, 2020 | 00:00

"Prime Minister Suga emphasizes that the relationship between Vietnam and Japan is the strongest ever and Vietnam is a key partner of Japan in Southeast Asia", Mr. Yoshida Tomoyuki, Press Secretary, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, spokesperson of Japanese Prime Minister said at the press conference on Monday's afternoon, October 19.

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Mr. Yoshida Tomoyuki, Press Secretary, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, spokesperson of Japanese Prime Minister said at the press conference on Monday's afternoon, October 19

On Monday's afternoon, October 19, Mr. Yoshida Tomoyuki, Press Secretary, Assistant Minister of the Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the spokesperson of the Japanese Prime Minister held a press conference to share information about the purpose, meaning and results of the visit to Vietnam paid by Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide and his spouse.

Earlier, in a joint press with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc this morning, Prime Minister Suga said that Japan would continue to contribute to peace and prosperity in the region. He chose to visit Vietnam because the country was the most suitable place to send this message to the world. Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said that during the talks the two sides reaffirmed the importance of ensuring maritime safety and security in the Bien Dong Sea, peaceful settlement of disputes, compliance with international laws, including the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNLOS), non-use of force, implementation of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) and early completion of a Code of Conduct in the South China Sea ( COC).

"Vietnam is actively leading discussions on regional peace and security in ASEAN, as the organization's chair. Vietnam is quite successful despite the Covid-19 influence and the country shares a common perception with Japan about freedom of navigation, respect for rules, and free trade in the free and open Indo-Pacific region.These are the reasons Prime Minister Suga chose Vietnam as the first stop on the first trip, "said spokesperson Yoshida Tomoyuki.

Tomoyuki added that, in addition to the role of ASEAN Chairman, Vietnam was also a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council which was playing an important role in the international arena. Therefore, Japanese Prime Minister Suga wanted to emphasize that Vietnam was a key partner in promoting an open and free Indo-Pacific region. Mr. Suga also wanted to send a message to the Vietnamese people that two countries have great potential for cooperation in the future.

"Prime Minister Suga stresses that the relationship between Vietnam and Japan is the strongest ever and Vietnam is a key partner of Japan in Southeast Asia," said Yoshida Tomoyuki.

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Press conference on the purpose of the visit to Vietnam paid by Japanese Prime Minister SUGA

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At the press conference, answering questions from Vietnam Times Magazine's reporter about the plan to promote and develop people-t0-people relations between Vietnam and Japan in the coming time, Mr. Yoshida Tomoyuki said: "Prime Minister Suga clearly understands the importance of people-to-people relations between Japan and Vietnam, and the PM and and Japanese government has always actively promoted people-to-people exchanging between two countries".

Spokesperson Yoshida also stated that the subjects interested by the Japanese Government in people-to-people relations between Japan and Vietnam would be the Vietnamese community in Japan, including: Vietnamese residing in Japan, interns, trainees, students, Vietnamese workers in Japan... In particular, Tomoyuki informed that Japan would continue to support Vietnamese living in Japan who are facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 epidemic, including trainees, students and people in difficulty due to their unability to return home.

In addition, Japan has always promoted the expansion of people-to-people exchanging in many other subjects, in the future it will be Vietnamese tourists, the exchange of human resources in sports and academia. .. Along with that, the strengthening and promoting bilateral cooperation of Japan with Vietnam in economic, trade, security and culture has always been the top priority of the Japanese government.

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