Leaders of PPA receive delegate from Japan Embassy in Vietnam
Major General, Dr. Dang Xuan Khang, Vice President of the PPA had the meeting with the delegation of Japan Embassy

On this occasion, Mr. Daisuke Sugiama thanked the PPA for the cooperation with Japan Embassy in the previous time, especially during his term in Vietnam. After finishing the term of office in Vietnam from April 1st, 2014, he looked forward to visiting the leaders of the PPA and introduced his successor, Mr. Hiroshi Konishi. He hoped that in the near future, the Academy would support Mr. Konishi to complete successfully the work in Vietnam, as well as to promote the cooperative relation between the Public Security forces of the two countries in particular and relation between Japan and Vietnam in general.


Leaders and officials of the PPA took memorial photograph

 with the delegation of Japan Embassy

The Vice President of the Academy Major General Dang Xuan Khang sincerely thanked Mr. Daisuke Sugiyama for his concern and support to the PPA during his tenure in Vietnam. He also hoped to have the close cooperation with Mr. Daisuke Sugiyama in the near future in the field of on education, training and infrastructure to build the PPA to become the significant training institution of the Public Security force in the coming time.


As for the PPA, Mr. Sugiama supported actively the cooperation between the Academy and Japanese partners, especially the JICA in the project on strengthening traffic police training at the Academy. At the same time, he supported other activities of the PPA such as organizing the Vietnam - Japan Cultural Exchange on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam - Japan; supporting the documents, photos to display at the studying room for Vietnam and Japan (at the Professional Library); participated in number of scientific conferences, seminar on traffic safety in the PPA, etc.

Written by Nguyen Dinh Dat

Translated by Cong Phuong

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