On the afternoon of 4th September, 2013, at the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), Minister Pham Thi Hai Chuyen had a meeting and said farewell to Mr. Yasuaki Tanizki, Ambassador Plenipotentiary and Extraordinary of Japan who ended his term in Vietnam before coming back to the country to receive new tasks. Attending the meeting were representative leaders of some departments in the Ministry.
On behalf of the MOLISA, Minister Pham Thi Hai Chuyen thanked Ambassador Yasuaki Tanizki for the effective, close coordination with the Ministry in the past time in implementing and promoting the cooperation of labor and social affairs. At the same time, she gave information on the result of cooperation between the MOLISA and Japan, including the areas of labor, human resource development and society. Since 1992, the MOLISA has cooperated with Japan to conduct the program of sending trainees to study in Japan through the two main partners as Japan international human resource development agency (IM Japan) and Japan international training cooperation organization (JITCO). Up to now, the total number of Vietnamese trainees sent to Japan under this program is 1,079 people, including 105 people from the poor districts of 15 provinces across the country.