Secretary General, President Nguyen Phu Trong and President Ram Nath Kovind Photograph: NHAT BAC
Cooperative documents include: Memorandum of Understanding between the Ho Chi Minh Political Academy and the University of Jawarhalal Nehru, New Delhi; Memorandum of Understanding between Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Communication and the Ministry of Communication of Communications in cooperation in the field of communication; Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the Indian Business Federation; Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the President of the Indian Business Association in Vietnam and the Foreign Affairs – Ministry of Affairs of the Vietnam Nations.
As a result, Secretary General Nguyen Phu Trong and Indian President Ram Nath Kovind met many of the national and international media writers, announcing the results of the speeches effectively and effective. friendship, friendship. Therefore, both sides have different parts of two-dimensional relationships between Vietnam and India and regional and international issues of related concerns. 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 protection and security are one of the main post offices in the Strategic Partnership of the two countries. He emphasized the need to continue to review and review the need to continue. removing obstacles and offering strong and practical policies and measures to encourage two-dimensional trading relationships and reach the goal that cost $ 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 agree to further promote cultural, tourism, air, exchange of people, education and training co-operation.
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 tour of India in the 11 days to India in 1958, President Ram Nath Kovind said he was happy to be & # 39; Vietnam chooses as a destination. First 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 said: As a whole strategic partner, relationships between India and Vietnam will succeed on the basis of trust, co-understanding, and shared ideas on issues. regional and international level, as well as cooperating closely with multilateral forums.
President Ram Nath Kovind is pleased that India-Vietnam's economic relationships have succeeded, with two-way trading that reaches $ 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: The similarity of culture has made a strong link between the 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. India and Vietnam have been involved in the times of trade and teaching about sympathy and goodness. Buddha. Vietnam's love has a great impact on my heart. I always value your journey to this beautiful country. "