Japan:Offering jobs to Pakistani skilled labor

by Nadia Riaz on October 19, 2019 | Images Source Social Media


Ambassador of Japan in Pakistan Kuninori Matsuda has said his country would sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Pakistani government to hire more skilled workers.

He was addressing a reception hosted by him for journalists in Islamabad today.

He said Japan is offering working visas to Pakistan for hiring workers.

 He said Pakistan is one of the 10 top countries from where Japan is planning to hire workers.

He further add we need skilled workers from Pakistan, as Pakistanis working in Japan are very skilled, honest and hardworking and make a great contribution towards our country’s development.

The ambassador however said that for skilled people there was need to learn Japanese language. “Knowing Japanese language would be a must. It is one of the easiest languages around and easy to get used to.”

He said those who successfully get the visa and pass their first five years in Japan, would be eligible to take along their families with them. A high level exchanges by a prime minister and president would soon be materialised.

On Sunday, President Dr Arif Alvi would be arriving in Japan to participate in the coronation ceremony. The Sunday schedule trip would see the president of Pakistan meeting with the high dignitaries of Japan.

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