Israel, Japan sign work-vacation and cooperation agreements

A work-vacation visa agreement and a cooperation agreement in the field of communications and postal services was signed between Japan and Israel, as part of Israel's 75th Independence Day, Ynet learned Friday.
According to the agreement, every year 200 young Israelis between the ages of 18 and 30 will be able to obtain a year-long visa that will allow them to combine work and studies in Japan.
In addition, Israeli high-tech, cyber, health, and agriculture personnel will be able to work in Japan. The countries will also cooperate to develop postal and communications services and advance technologies.
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