(Justice) – In Vietnam's state trip from November 18-20, the Native President Ram Nath Kovind, lectured with the Secretary General and President of the State of Nguyen Phu Trong. Meet Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Indian President Ram Nath Kovind
On the afternoon of November 20, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met Indian President, Ram Nath Kovind At a time visit to Vietnam President.
At the meeting, the two headteachers spoke on the shared vision of a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Vietnam-India go deep in. Both sides agree regular visits, high tours and levels, branches and exchange of people.
Both headteachers also agreed to implement the existing strategies effectively and seek new measures to bring the two countries closer to materials and more efficiently.
The two heads share that security security co-operation is becoming increasingly effective and a piece of two-dimensional relationships and its; Welcomes the progress that includes a $ 100 million package of high-speed visitor boats for its & # 39; ministry. Vietnam Border Guards.
The two headteachers said that the economic and commercial co-operation, although rapidly evolving, is still identical to the capacities and strengths of both countries. Both sides emphasized that this should be taken to the priority for future promotion to bring the target to change over $ 15 billion to speedy and higher.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc thanked the goodwill of Indian leaders, in particular Prime Minister Modi, willing to consider trade cures to reduce trade remedies, affecting the interests of Vietnam's campaigns. South Westerly
Unanimously, the two countries have a lot of fruit, agricultural products and food can be compiled, both headteachers said the authorities and departments were worried; Early exchange of market capacity opened With each other that is possible on both sides.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc valued India's investment in India's strength and demand for Vietnam, such as energy, renewable energy, and high tech agriculture.
The two chiefs agreed to strengthen the collaboration between the Indian National Petroleum Company (ONGC) and PetroVietnam (PVN) in the oil and gas sector, and carry out research and site research. new.
Both sides agree to actively implement the Memorandum of Understanding of cooperation in oil and gas prospection and research projects in third countries, and discuss possible cooperation with third countries . research and use of oil and gas.
Both headteachers agreed to cooperate in areas such as information technology, technology, science, culture, tourism and large-scale people's exchange, donated to careers, branches and places. The country establishes collaborative procedures and working groups to effectively implement the designated documents.
The two headteachers stressed the need to increase links, agreeing to make procedures easier so that Vietjet could only run trips from Ho Chi Minh City to New Delhi.
Both agree to continue to work closely together and support each other at regional and international forums, particularly within the United Nations framework.
On the issue of China's South China, both sides agree the importance of peace, sustainability, security, security and freedom of sailing and air, peaceful settlement on disputes, respect for international law, National Convention, including the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS), to finalize the Code of Conduct between the Parties East Sea (COC) is fundamental, effective and binding.
Secretary General, President Nguyen Phu Trong and Indian President Ram Nath Kovind
Earlier, on the morning of November 20, at President's Palace, just after the discussions, Nguyen Phu Trong General Secretary and Indian President had held a meeting with Ram Nath Kovind with journalists . domestic and international, telling the results of the lectures.
Both sides have different aspects of Vietnamese Indian second-sex relationships and regional and international issues related to general concern. Both sides emphasized the need to deepen Vietnamese-India Comprehensive Partnership in all areas; It agrees to maintain two-dimensional collaborative approaches and the implementation of high level agreements and cooperative documents that have been signed between the two sides.
Both sides agree that security defends one of the main complexities of a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between the two countries; It emphasized the need to continue to review and remove obstacles and its. recommends rigorous and practical policies and measures to encourage two-dimensional trading relationships and reach an export target and of $ 15 billion. in the future.
Both sides agree to reinforce investment promotion activity in the areas of Indian strength and Vietnam's priority of development; PetroVietnam Oil Company (PVN) and Indian Oil Company (ONGC) continue to continue; cooperate in oil and gas research in Vietnam, actively seeking a collaborative model. new, more efficient. Both sides also agree to promote cultural, tourism, air, exchange, education, education and training co-operation.
They both stressed that they will continue to work closely together and support each other in multilateral forums, especially within the United Nations framework and the Non-linked Movement. Vietnam supports the "East Induction" policy of India and is very much in favor of it. Appreciate the support of the Outer in terms of the main role of ASEAN in the shape of the area.
As a co-ordinator, Vietnam has been a major contributor to promoting ASEAN-India relationships. The two sides agree to the importance of what it is to do & # 39; Creating a thriving, successful, Indian-Asian Pacific area on the basis of respect for international sovereignty and law, freedom of sailing and air. Vietnam valued India's position on South China Sea and thanked India for its sake. Support Vietnam's policy on this issue.
On behalf of the State and Vietnam's people, Secretary General and State President, Nguyen Phu Trong, were grateful for the strong and valuable support given by Indian leaders and Indians to Vietnam. He said Vietnam has continued to work closely with India to deepen the overall strategic partnership between the two countries.
The Native President, Ram Nath Kovind, thanked the Secretary General and the President for his first invitation. "His remarkable speech demonstrates his positive friendship and his overall overall strategic partnership," said President Ram Nath Kovind.
Over 60 years ago, President Ho Chi Minh made a historic trip to a Indian state in 11 days to India in 1958, President Ram Nath Kovind said he was happy to to & # 39; Vietnam chooses as its first destination. in the ASEAN section. Vietnam is established as a strategic policy in the West Indies Action Policy and as an important communications partner in ASEAN.
President Ram Nath Kovind stated that overall strategic partnership, relationships between India and Vietnam succeed in trust, co-understanding, and shared views on regional issues. regional and international level, as well as cooperating closely with multilateral forums.
President Ram Nath Kovind is pleased to see the benefits of Vietnam's economic partnership, a two-way trade; reaching $ 12.8 billion by 2017; Believing, with both sides, the two-dimensional bid to build $ 15 billion by 2020 will be achieved.
President Ram Nath Kovind stressed cultural identity that was closely linked to the mutual relationship between the two countries. "In memory of the common heritage of the two countries, I started on Vietnam's Vietnam tour from Da Nang, where I stopped in the Cham tower series. I'm proud that the Indian Archeology Survey is participating in the revitalization of three ancient towers at World Heritage Site – My Land's Land. Both India and Vietnam have been involved for centuries through trade and teaching about the sympathy and wellbeing of the Buddha. Vietnam's people have a great impact on my heart. I always value your journey to this beautiful country. "
Chairman of Nguyen Thi National Assembly Kim Nim Kovind
Chairman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan also met the Indian President Ram Nath Kovind. The National Assembly Chairman, Nguyen Thi, Kim Ngan, won his good memories of India and the country after two recently as Chairman of the National Assembly in December 2016 and earlier as Vice- Chief Executive. Transport in February 2013.
The National Assembly Chairman, Nguyen Thi, Kim Ngan said he was a lecture at President Transport Vietnam has a specific meaning, which expresses its significance; Flexible Strategic Partnership between the two countries has accessed a new level.
The Chairman of the National Assembly approved pressure on almost 500 delegates, including many directors of services and branches and 63 regions and cities of Vietnam. the Party, the State and especially the Vietnam National Assembly for India.
President Ram Nath Kovind said India is a major contributor to a traditional relationship and a comprehensive strategic partnership with Vietnam in all areas, as well as to the Vietnam Parliament to help organize it . He has a special honor to speak at his Congress at this time.
The Outer Hebrides chairman was encouraged in the event, as well as the trip to India with the Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan National Assembly Chairman in 2016 and the exchange of friends of the two countries will Strengthen links. between the two legislatures.