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Minister Dao Ngoc Dung receives Vice Chairman of Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies

12/06/2019

On June 11th, 2019, at the Head office of Ministry of Labour – Invalids and Social Affairs, Minister Dao Ngoc Dung had a cordial meeting with the Delegation from Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies led by Mr. Vojtech Filip – Vice Chairman of Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies, Chairman the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia.

 

 
Promoting cooperation in the field of labour between Vietnam and Czech
In the meeting, Minister Dao Ngoc Dung welcomed the Vice Chairman of Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies and the Delegation of Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies. At the same time, the Minister affirmed that the friendly relationship and traditional cooperation between Vietnam and Czech have been established for many generations, and have been developed strongly.
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung informed that: in the official visit to Czech Republic in April, 2019 of the high level Delegation of Vietnam’s Government led by the Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, the Prime Miniser Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his Czech’s counterpart, Mr. Andrej Babis had the talk where the two Prime Ministers agreed wiht the cooperation in promoting bilateral collaboration in many fields, namely, education – training, labour, agriculture, science technology, environment, culture – tourism. Especially, from early of June, 2019, Czech Republic resume work long term visa for Vietnamese labours, foreseen the airline from Vietnam to Czech Republic will be reopened in October. Resuming work visa for Vietnamese citizens is meaningful activity as well as the cooperation activity bring back benefit for both countries.
According to Minister Dao Ngoc Dung, Vietnam having about 95 million of labours is the country has the young population. Vietnam has stepped into the aging population period, however, Vietnam always affirms the reponsibitlity of together with other countries to cover the aging population issue.
 According to Minister Dao Ngoc Dung, MOLISA was assigned by the Government to manage 1,954 vocational education institutions, in which 48 institutions are colleges and intermediate vocational school having the function of training the profession on medical care. “Vietnam  is the country which has the experience  in organization of selection, training and sending labourers to work abroad, including: dispatching nursing to work in Japan and Germany. Vietnam has already cooperated with Czech Republic in select, training and sending Vietnamese labour working as nurses in Czech Republic. Besides this, with the strenth of Czech namely, metallurgy, electronic equipment manufacturing, transport vehicles, textiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food processing... Vietnam hopes that the two countries will have the comprehensive cooperation in helping Vietnam improving training vocational skills” said the Minister.
Czech can receive about 4,000 Vietnamese nurses
Talking to Minister Dao Ngoc Dung, Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies Vojtech Filip said: During the visit and working with the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs, the Delegation want to discuss and implement the specific objectives of the  Prime Minister of two country.  Resuming work visas for Vietnamese workers is the result of many collaborative process of both the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs and the Czech Republic. In the coming time, the Czech Republic wishes to cooperate with Vietnam in the field of nurses, medical care staffs, and also has a training facility in this field in Vietnam.
“After completing the professional training and linguistic training in Vietnam,  Czech side will issue a visa and companies can directly sign contracts with nursing practitioners, as well as ensuring that the nurses who come to work in the Czech Republic can have opportunities to study and improve their qualifications in order to serve at medical facilities in Vietnam after finishing the contract and return home”- stressed Mr. Vojtech Filip.
Vice Chairman Vojtech Filip said that the Czech Republic is capable of receiving about 3,000 - 4,000 Vietnamese nurses to study and work ...
According to Mr. Vojtech Filip, in the process of globalization,  Czech Republic is very concerned about medical issues and nurses. Regarding the scale, it is expected that the Czech Republic will be able to receive about 3,000 - 4,000 Vietnamese nurses to study and work ...
At the end of the meeting, Minister Dao Ngoc Dung asked the two parties to assign relevant agencies to exchange, negotiate, sign cooperation and implement agreements. In addition to providing and receiving nurses to work in the Czech Republic, he also required the relating units to continue researching to expand the field of professions receiving Vietnamese workers that the Czech Republic having demand which in accordance with the law of the two countries.

 

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