Prime Minister receives Japanese Komeito Party’s Chief Representative

Wednesday, 2021-11-24 15:36:29
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Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and Japan's Komeito Chief Representative Yamaguchi Natsuo (Photo: VNA)
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NDO/VNA - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh received Chief Representative of Japan’s Komeito Party Yamaguchi Natsuo on November 24 during his ongoing official visit to Japan.

During the reception, the Vietnamese Government leader congratulated the Komeito Party on its success in the last election, and highly valued the role and position of the party in Japan’s political system.

He thanked the Japanese party for its important contributions to consolidating and expanding the friendly cooperative relationship between Vietnam and Japan over the past time, expressing his hope that the party's parliamentarians always support the Japanese Government's proposals related to Vietnam.

PM Chinh emphasized that the Vietnamese Government and people consistently consider Japan as a leading and reliable and long-term partner.

He hoped that the Komeito Party will continue to pay attention to promoting the Vietnam - Japan extensive strategic partnership, the exchange between the two countries' friendship parliamentarian groups and people-to-people exchange in the coming time.

He also proposed that the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and the Komeito Party hold exchange activities and share experience, especially in areas such as administration, management, training, natural resources, transport, tourism and improving the quality of human resources.

For his part, the Komeito Party official applauded the Vietnamese Government leader’s official visit to Japan, saying that the trip will contribute to further strengthening the Vietnam - Japan extensive strategic partnership across fields.

He affirmed that the Komeito Party has, and will continue to support stronger Japan – Vietnam relations, and bolster bilateral cooperation at regional and international forums.

The party always supports Vietnamese expats living, studying and working in Japan, he said.

PM Chinh conveyed a message from National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue inviting Komeito parliamentarians to visit Vietnam in the coming time.