Thursday, October 11, 2012

Vietnamese Updates: Prime Minister hails Vietnam-EU ties

Prime Minister hails Vietnam-EU ties Thứ sáu, ngày 05 tháng 10 năm 2012 cập nhật lúc 05:24

Cooperation between Vietnam and the European Union (EU) over the past time has brought in practical benefit for both sides.

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung made the remark while receiving Ambassador Franz Jessen, head of the EU delegation to Vietnam in Hanoi on October 4.

The Vietnam-EU relations have well developed in all fields and bilateral trade value keeps increasing, he added. 
Mr Dung asked the diplomat to work closely with Vietnam’s relevant agencies to boost Vietnam-EU multifaceted cooperation, especially in politics, economics, trade, investment and tourism. 

He also asked the two sides to speed up FTA negotiations and affirmed that Vietnam supports EU’s efforts to enhance cooperation with the ASEAN. 

Ambassador Jessen pledged to do his utmost to boost the Vietnam-EU multifaceted cooperation, especially in politics, economics and trade. 

He also expressed his wish that the Vietnamese Government will create favourable conditions for EU investors coming to Vietnam. 

Welcoming new French ambassador to Vietnam Jean Noel Poirier the same day, PM Dung affirmed Vietnam’s consistent policy of working closely together with France to lift bilateral relations to a new height to fully tap their cooperation potential.

Vietnam will create favourable conditions for French investors to boost trade and direct investment to Vietnam, he said. 

The Government leader said that Vietnam wants France to continue providing ODA to Vietnam and proposed that the two sides should strengthen cooperation in education and training, science-technology and culture. 
The French Ambassador said he hopes the Vietnamese Government will create conditions for him during his tenure in Vietnam, so that he can contribute to lifting the two countries’ relations to a new height.

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