The 13th Mekong - Japan Ministerial Meeting will be held online on July 9, the Japanese Foreign Ministry said on July 8.
As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities, Kyocera Corporation hosted its 4th Cultural Exchange Tour to Japan for Vietnamese Children from July 30 to August 5.
Twelve outstanding Vietnamese teenagers on August 4 concluded their friendship trip to Japan, which was organised by the Japanese-based conglomerate Kyocera Group.
Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court of Vietnam Nguyen Hoa Binh had working sessions with Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Japan Naoto Otani and Japanese Minister of Justice Takashi Yamashita during his working trip to Japan from March 3-9.
The Vietnam-Japan joint committee on waste management will map out a cooperation plan to build policies towards effective, sustainable management and treatment of solid waste in Vietnam.
More than 82,000 well-wishers paid their respects to Emperor Akihito who turned 85 on Sunday, his last birthday celebration at Tokyo’s Imperial Palace before stepping down next year.
The Record of Discussions of the “Project for Capacity Building on Improving Fairness and Transparency of Vietnamese Equity Market” is signed on 5th November 2018 in Hanoi.
Vietnam-Japan relations have seen strong progress across the field since the establishment of diplomatic ties 45 years ago, which is partly attributable to the bridge-building role of many individuals and organisations.
President of Vietnam Tran Dai Quang and Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe have reached high consensus on major orientations and concrete measures to advance the Vietnam-Japan extensive strategic partnership in a more comprehensive, practical and efficient manner.
PSNews-The People’s Committee of Can Tho and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) organized a press conference on October 3 to announce the 3rd Vietnam – Japan Culture and Trade Exchange in Can Tho.
PSNews – Tran Quoc pagoda was named as one of the 16 most fascinating pagodas in the world.
Hanoi - All countries in and outside the East Sea share benefits as well as responsibility for maintaining peace and stability in the area, Vietnamese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Le Hai Binh said on September 22.
For the first time in six months, Vietnam Airlines' first routine international commercial flight took off from Hanoi on September 19 morning, heading to Japan.
Two Vietnamese interns have gone missing after Super Typhoon Haishen swept through Kyushu Island, southwest of Japan, on early September 7, the Vietnamese Consulate General in Fukuoka prefecture confirmed.
Relevant agencies of Vietnam, the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan, and the Vietnam Airlines on July 25 coordinated with Japan’s competent agencies to bring home more than 190 Vietnamese citizens from the country.
Japan will ease travel restrictions imposed to keep the COVID-19 pandemic in check, starting with flights to Vietnam on a limited basis later this month, according to Kyodo News.
Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi on June 1 agreed to conduct a discussion with the Vietnamese Government on considering the resumption of travel between the two countries.
Over 340 Vietnamese citizens living in Japan were brought home safely on May 25.
Vietnam gained shrimp export growth to some key export markets in the first quarter of this year, especially Japan and the US, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the second step in emergency assistance to counter with Covid-19 in Vietnam, responding to an urgent request from Pasteur Institute Ho Chi Minh City, JICA has decided to provide to the Institute an emergency aid of testing reagents (equivalent to a total of 4 million yen) which is used for rapid detection of Covid-19.