ISLAMABAD -- Ambassador of Japan in Pakistan Kuninori Matsuda has said his country would sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Pakistani government to hire more skilled workers.
Addressing at a reception hosted by him for journalists at his residence on Friday, the Ambassador said Pakistan was among top 10 countries from where Japan was looking to hire skilled workforce.
He told the newsmen that Pakistani workers currently serving in Japan were contributing to the country's development with dedication and honesty. The Ambassador said the workers would also be given working visas of Japan but as pre-requisite, they would have to learn Japanese language what he said was very easy to do. He said the workers who would spend five years successfully in Japan would be allowed to bring their respective families to Japan.
Coming to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the ambassador said the preparations for Games were in full swing. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics was scheduled to take place from July 24 to August 9 in Tokyo, Japan.
Kuninori Matsuda also showed concern over the Pakistan hockey team qualifying for the Olympics. He was of the view that Pakistan was one of the best hockey teams in the world. Pakistan...