Japan interested in Pakistan’s skilled workforce


Zubair Qureshi

Acting Ambassador of Japan Shindo Yusuke, Tuesday, called on the Leader of the House in the Senate Dr Shahzad Wasim at the Parliament House and discussed the scope of larger numbers of Pakistan’s skilled labour to serve in Japan in the wake of new amendments in Japan’s labour laws.
The acting ambassador appreciated the potential of the skilled work force of Pakistan and expressed the desire of his government to benefit from the human resource in different fields.
Dr Shahzad Wasim who is also is convener of Pakistan Japan friendship group in the Senate expressed his gratitude to Japan government’s interest in providing jobs to Pakistan’s skilled workers and said that Pakistan attached great importance to its relations with Japan and desired to further expand the friendly ties in different sectors for mutual benefit of the people of two sides.
He reiterated the need to further strengthen the existing economic relations between Pakistan and Japan. He said that bilateral relations could be further cemented by increasing parliamentary exchanges.
The Acting Ambassador said the two countries have enjoyed historic relations and Japan is keen to further boost cooperation in mutually beneficial sectors. He agreed with the views of the Leader of the House in the Senate to enhance cooperation and further strengthen bilateral ties.
Senator Shahzad wasim said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision is to promote Pakistan’s brand. He said that investment friendly policies have been introduced and the environment is conducive for investment in Pakistan. He said there is huge scope for mutual collaboration in trade, tourism and other sectors.

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