PSNews - The two sides also discussed and agreed on some solutions helping better manage and promptly support Vietnamese people in Japan facing difficulties relating to legal procedures.
Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Thanh, Deputy Minister of Public Security led a delegation to pay a working visit to Japan from June 5-9.
During the visit, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh had working sessions with Deputy Commander of the National Police Agency of Japan Sunichi Kuriu; two Deputy Minister of Justice of Japan Kikuchi Hiroshi and KurokawaHiroma.
At the meetings, both sides highly appreciated fine developments in the strategic partnership between Vietnam and Japan in terms of politics, economy, security, defense, and especially crime prevention.
In the current situation, the rising number of Vietnamese students and labors in Japan can pose many risks and challenges.
The two sides also discussed and agreed on some solutions helping better manage and promptly support Vietnamese people in Japan facing difficulties relating to legal procedures.
The delegation of the Public Security Ministry of Vietnam also had a meeting with the Vietnamese Embassy to Japan. General Thanh inquired after the embassy’s staff and hoped that they continuously serve as a bridge connecting two countries.
In addition, the delegation had working sessions with the Osaka Police and the Hyogo Police. Osaka and Hyogo are the two localities where many Vietnamese people live and study.
By Linh Bui