Source: Socialist Republic of Vietnam
The two compared notes on the situation of their respective country, especially the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and measures to restore the economy and ensure social security. They reviewed and assessed bilateral cooperation and discussed measures to bring bilateral comprehensive partnership to depth in the time to come.
The officials noted with joy the strong development of the bilateral economic relations and trade, and agreed to continue the close coordination so as to maintain the development momentum in the relations and promote trade and investment, especially in the trade of farm produce, among others.
At the event, the Foreign Ministries of the two countries agreed to push up the signing of agreements aimed at perfecting the legal framework for bilateral cooperation in the fields of education, technology, investment, and national defence.
The two sides exchanged ideas on international and regional issues of common interest, and agreed to continue their mutual coordination and support at international organisations and multilateral forums to which both are members.