Japan's Prime Minister Abe Shinzo's Advisor to the Special Secretary for Foreign Affairs Kintaro Sunura called on Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff General Bajwa to discuss matters of mutual interest.
Sunroo Kintaro met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad during which various issues including relations between the two countries were discussed.
Meanwhile, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Pakistan and Japan that would enable Pakistan's artisans and workers to travel to Japan to showcase their skills in 14 sectors and provide them with new employment opportunities.
Japan has opened its country's doors to Pakistani workers, but under a policy announced by the Japanese government earlier this year, any individual will have a skills test and proof of Japanese language familiarity before the employment contract. Have to give
Japanese diplomat Matsuda Koni Noori in Pakistan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aamir Hassan, who was also present on the occasion.
The purpose of signing this Memorandum of Understanding is to protect the public from business operators, agents and consultants targeting Pakistanis through negative tactics.
Japan will invite experts from 10 countries to work in their country and Japanese Ambassador Matsuda Koni Noori played a key role in adding Pakistan's name to the list of 10 countries.
Japanese Ambassador to Pakistan Matsuda Koni Noori said that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) would give job opportunities to local workers as well as open new avenues for cooperation between Pakistan and Japan in various fields, including education, tourism and education.
According to Japanese Embassy officials, Japan will hire 340,000 workers from around the world over the next five years, but no country has been allocated quota.
Japan has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with 10 countries to provide job opportunities to workers in 14 sectors, including Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Mongolia, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Are.
Meeting with Army Chief
Earlier, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's advisor Khasin Kantaru Senura met with Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to discuss issues of mutual interest including the overall situation of the region and during the talks, Japanese Prime Minister's Advisor Khas I appreciated the positive role of Pakistan.
Army chief and Japanese adviser Khas vow to improve bilateral relations of both countries as well as strive for peace and security in the region