VN always treasures Russia’s valuable assistance
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Viet Nam always treasures Russia’s effective cooperation and valuable assistance to its past struggle for national liberation and reunification, said PM Nguyen Tan Dung while receiving Governor of Moscow Oblast Andrei Vorobyov in Ha Noi on October 22.

Viet Nam always treasures Russia’s effective cooperation and valuable assistance to its past struggle for national liberation and reunification, said PM Nguyen Tan Dung while receiving Governor of Moscow Oblast Andrei Vorobyov in Ha Noi on October 22.

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PM Nguyen Tan Dung (R) and Governor of Moscow Oblast Andrei Vorobyov, Ha Noi, October 22, 2015 - Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac

The Government chief also thanked Russia in general and Moscow in particular for creating favorable conditions to help the Vietnamese community integrate into the host society, thus making practical contributions to the development of the relations between the two countries.

PM Dung reaffirmed Viet Nam’s consistent policy of striving its best to further deepen the comprehensive strategic partnership with Russia.

In the face of the newly-inked Viet Nam-Eurasian Economic Union free trade agreement, the two sides will discuss and work out measures to broaden cooperation in various fields, including economy, trade, investment, tourism, energy, science and technology in the upcoming meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee, PM Dung said.

He hoped that Moscow would continue expanding cooperation with Vietnamese localities, including Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City while supporting trade and investment ties between business communities of the two countries.

Governor Andrei Vorobyov stated that his visit to Viet Nam aims to discuss the establishment of a park in Moscow to produce milk and light industry products.

Mr. Vorobyov affirmed that Moscow always welcomes and pledges to create favorable conditions for Vietnamese businesses to seek opportunities in the city./.


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