Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung arrived in Tokyo, Japan, on November 6 for the first ever Mekong-Japan top-level meeting. Upon his arrival, the Vietnamese Government leader had several bilateral meetings with the officials of friendship associations and corporate executives. PM Dung praised the special Vietnam-Japan Ambassador, Sugi Ryotaro, for his contributions to boosting cooperation and friendship between the two countries, especially his moves to speed up his country’s resumption of ODA to Vietnam. The PM said that he hoped that the friendship ambassador would continue with his efforts to elevate bilateral ties on a par with the strategic partnership that the two countries have recently adopted. After lending his support to the ambassador’s plans to organise a film festival and a Japanese-Vietnamese trade fair in Vietnam, as well as make films for children, the PM urged him to continue raising funds so that Vietnamese children suffering from congenial heart disease and cleft palates could have surgery. Ambassador Ryotaro told PM Dung that he expected his visit would strengthen Vietnamese-Japanese ties even further and that he was working hard to boost cooperation between the business communities of both countries to get involved in the culture and film-making sectors. On meeting with…
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