A delegation from the Supreme People’s Procuracy of Vietnam led by its head Nguyen Hoa Binh attended a working session with the Supreme Public Prosecutors’ Office of Japan on August 5 within the framework of its visit to the country.
Head of the Japanese Office Ozu Hiroshi said that the two countries’ judicial agencies have maintained practical and meaningful cooperation over the years.
He also stressed his office’s hope to exchange information and experience with the Supreme People’s Procuracy of Vietnam.
Binh affirmed cooperation between the two agencies is an important element in their two States’ relationship, and it is more significant in the context that the two countries are celebrating the 40th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties and their relationship has been lifted to a strategic partnership.
The same day, the Vietnamese delegation paid a courtesy visit to Japanese Minister of Justice Tanigaki Sadakazu, who affirmed that in terms of judicial support, Vietnam is one of Japan’s most important and long-standing partners.
During its stay in Japan from August 4-8, the delegation is scheduled to visit the Tokyo High Public Prosecutors’ Office, and the Research and Training Institute under the Ministry of Justice, as well as pay a courtesy visit to Justice of the Supreme Court of Japan Onuki Yoshinobu.