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Vice Chairman of PPC Nguyen Thanh Hai worked with Japanese delegation

Wednesday, 2020-02-05 22:32:50
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PTO - A working delegation of Fujinomia city, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, led by Mr. Tejima Koji - member of the House of Representatives of Japanese Diet, Chief of the Japan-Vietnam Association, under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, former Chairman of Fujinomia City Council, Shizuoka Prefecture paid a working visit to Phu Tho province on February 5th.

At the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Nguyen Thanh Hai expressed his pleasure to welcome the delegation in the early spring days and gave an overview of the natural conditions, potentials, advantages and achievements in the province's socio-economic and cultural development; introducing some cultural heritages such as Hung King Temple historical relic site, worship of Hung Kings, Phu Tho Xoan singing - intangible cultural heritage of humanity. In particular, he emphasized the advantage in developing agricultural field, especially the tea tree. The whole province now has 16,000ha of tea. The annual output of fresh bud tea reaches over 184,000 tons, mainly for preliminary processing of black tea for export. With the potentials and advantages of tea development, he expects the delegation would be a bridge to connect Phu Tho to Japanese businesses in productive cooperation and processing and tourism development and other Japan's strengths.


To respond, Mr. Tejima Koji thanks for the warm welcome and expressed his impress to the province's socio-economic development achievements in recent years. The delegation had a deeper understanding of the country, the people of Vietnam and the strengths of the province's economic development. He accepted to connect the province to Japanese businesses for further research and cooperation in many fields, including tea tree, contributing to nurturing good relations between Vietnam and Japan.

On the same day, the delegation went on a field trip to tea growing areas of Phu Da Company in Thanh Son district and Long Coc commune, Tan Son district.

Ha Nhung