Prime Minister welcomes Japanese counterpart

Update: 10:34 | 19/10/2020
A welcome ceremony was held in Hanoi on October 19 for Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide who is on an official visit to Vietnam from October 18-20 at the invitation of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
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Prime Minister welcomes Japanese counterpart
Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide and his wife started their official visit to Vietnam from October 18 afternoon.
Prime Minister welcomes Japanese counterpart
It is the second Japanese Prime Minister, after Prime Minister Abe Shinzo, to choose Vietnam as the first destination as part of his first foreign trip.
Prime Minister welcomes Japanese counterpart
Vietnam and Japan officially established diplomatic ties in September 1973. In the recent two decades, bilateral relationship has grown strongly and substantially in various areas thanks to cultural similarities and strategic benefits. Their leaders maintained regular visits and exchanges at regional and global forums.
Prime Minister welcomes Japanese counterpart
Currently, Japan is the fourth largest trade partner of Vietnam with a two-way trade of 40 billion USD, and the second largest investor among 138 countries and territories investing in the country with 4,595 projects worth nearly 59.87 billion USD in September. It is also the largest supplier of official development assistance to Vietnam.
Prime Minister welcomes Japanese counterpart

Bilateral ties have been upgraded from trusted and long-term stable partnership in 2002, to towards a strategic partnership for peace and prosperity in Asia in 2006, and strategic partnership for peace and prosperity in Asia in 2009, and extensive strategic partnership for peace and prosperity in Asia in 2014.

Prime Minister welcomes Japanese counterpart
The two Prime Ministers hold bilateral talks after the welcome ceremony.
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