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Conference to promote cooperation between Vietnam and Czech Republic: Open opportunities for Vietnamese workers to work in the Czech Republic
04:35 PM 11/06/2019
(LDXH) Starting on June 6th, 2019, the Czech Republic officially reopens the granting of long-term visas to Vietnamese citizens. The Czech Embassy in Hanoi will directly receive the first-round approval dossiers for 200 Vietnamese citizens will work in the Czech Republic from August 2019. Previously, the Czech Government announced to suspend the granting of long-term visas for labor and business purposes in the Czech Republic to Vietnamese citizens.
During the working trip of Vietnamese senior delegation in the Czech Republic (from April 16th to April 18th) , Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc had a high-level talks with Prime Minister Andrej Babis, President  Miloz Zeman and President of the House of Representatives Radek Vondracek. Besides that, he also attended the Vietnam - Czech Business Forum and meet representatives of the Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic.
High - level tasks Talks between Vietnam and the Czech Republic
At the high-level talks, the two Prime Ministers agreed to coordinate bilateral cooperation in many fields of education - training, labor, agriculture, science and technology, environment and culture. Two parties agreed to effectively implement the mechanism of the Intergovernmental Committee of Vietnam - the Czech Republic on economic cooperation; encouraging and creating conditions for two countries' enterprises to increase their contacts, connect partners, participate in trade fairs and seminars ...
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung directly discussed the issue of promoting labor cooperation between the two countries and had the agreement of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis: Vietnamese citizens can continue to apply for a long-term visa for employment and business purposes in the Czech Republic.

The President of the Czech Republic Milos Zeman welcomes the senior Vietnamese Government delegation
led by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to visit and work in the Czech Republic

Prime Minister Andrej Babis emphasized: Czech is a close friend of Vietnam. As an active member of the EU, the Czech Republic supports the strengthening of relations between Vietnam and the EU, especially the EU will soon complete the procedures to sign EVFTA and EVIPA with Vietnam.
It is known that the Czech Republic is in huge demand of  workers. Currently, the Czech Republic lacks about 200 thousand workers and in the coming time, the need of young labor can be up to 600 thousand people, because the Czech economy has developed stably in recent years. In addition, Czech workers relocated to Western European countries to work. Vietnamese workers from the 80s and 90s who went to study and work in Czechoslovakia (now Czech and Slovakia) were always highly appreciated because of their diligence and hard work.
Thus, with the Czech declaration of re-granting visas for Vietnamese citizens and the issue of recruitment issues for some localities and enterprises of the Czech Republic to the Vietnamese Embassy in the Czech Republic, a large number of Vietnamese workers will have the opportunity to work in the Czech Republic in the near future.
Chi Tam
Translated into English by Minh Ngoc
TAG: Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc Minister of Labor Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung long-term visa for employment and business purposes in the Czech Republic Prime Minister Andrej Babis
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