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Deputy Minister Le Tan Dung worked with the World Bank on labour and vocational skills
10:52 AM 20/05/2022
(LĐXH)- On May 18, Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) Le Tan Dung had a meeting and worked with the Delegation of the Social Security and Employment Department under the World Bank led by Mr. Christophe Lemiere - Head of Human Development Department.
MoLISA leaders took a photo with the World Bank's delegation
The meeting aimed to discuss labour and skills issues in Vietnam.
At the event, Mr. Christophe Lemiere thanked for the support and cooperation of units under the MoLISA in the process of carrying out analysis activities on occupations in Vietnam.
He said that the World Bank was always ready to share information with the MoLISA, especially some results of the delegation's recent business trip, related to labour and skills issues in Vietnam.
Deputy Minister Le Tan Dung expressed his joy and honor to receive and work with the Delegation.
At the same time, he also wants to hear practical experiences on a number of issues related to labour and skills from the World Bank.
In the coming time, Deputy Minister Le Tan Dung wishes to continue to coordinate with the World Bank through programs and projects related to labour issues, labour market and vocational skills./.
Hong Minh
TAG: vocational skills labour market
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