Minister To Lam receives former Japan-Vietnam special ambassador

Monday - 22/08/2022 04:41
MPS - Minister of Public Security General To Lam hosted a meeting with former Special Ambassador of Japan-Vietnam and Vietnam-Japan Sugi Ryotaro, on the afternoon of August 18, in Hanoi.
Minister To Lam receives former Japan-Vietnam special ambassador
Present at the meeting were Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan in Vietnam Yamada Takio and other leaders of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam.
Minister To Lam warmly welcomed Mr. Sugi Ryotaro back to Vietnam after a long period of time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He also extended condolences to the death of the late Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo, emphasizing that Mr. Abe is a brave, sincere, righteous person who deeply loves the country and people of Vietnam. His passing is a great loss to the whole world, including Vietnam.
Minister To Lam and Mr. Sugi Ryotaro at the meeting.

Minister To Lam affirmed that the Vietnam-Japan relationship is in the best-ever phase, especially when the two countries are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Japan in 2023. 
The Ministry of Public Security wishes to mark this special event by increasing exchange of delegations at all levels, strengthening coordination and sharing of experience in crime prevention and control, and holding personnel training courses.
Minister To Lam said that the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam highly appreciates the current position of Mr. Sugi Ryotaro as a special advisor at three important Japanese agencies, namely the National Police Agency and the Ministry of Justice, and Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare of Japan. 
Delegates at the meeting.

The Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam hopes that Mr. Sugi Ryotaro and the Ambassador with their important positions will recommend the Government, relevant ministries and sectors of Japan to further strengthen cooperation and support for Vietnam.
Extending best wishes to the Vietnam People's Public Security Forces on the occasion of the forces’ 77-year founding anniversary (August 19, 1945), Mr. Sugi Ryotaro said he would like to see more developments in the Vietnam-Japan relations and more fruitful outcomes of the bilateral cooperation in politics, economy, culture, science and technology in the coming time, for the benefits of the two peoples as well as for peace and stability in the region and the world. 
Mr. Sugi Ryotaro affirmed that he would continue to make efforts to contribute to the development of the relationship between the two countries.

Author: Khoa Nguyen Van

Source: By Phung Nguyen

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