National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung meets German, Irish diplomats

National Assembly Chairman Nguyễn Sinh Hùng praised the outgoing German and Irish ambassadors’ contributions to developing relations between Việt Nam and their respective countries at his separate meetings with them in Hà Nội on August 17.

NA Chairman Nguyễn Sinh Hùng and German Ambassador to Việt Nam Rolf Peter Gottfried Schulzen

NA Chairman Nguyễn Sinh Hùng and German Ambassador to Việt Nam Rolf Peter Gottfried Schulzen

Cooperation between Việt Nam and Germany has seen continuous development with the implementation of projects in various fields, especially education and training and culture, Chairman Hung told German Ambassador Rolf Peter Gottfried Schulzen.

The two countries needed to take measures to fully tap opportunities and potential for cooperation and investment, benefiting both countries, NA Chairman Hùng said.

He affirmed Việt Nam’s support for Germany in developing ties with ASEAN countries, saying that Việt Nam was ready to cooperate with Germany in politics, diplomacy, defense, security, education and training, trade and investment for peace, stability and development in the region and the world.

Ambassador Rolf Peter Gottfried Schulzen said that he would continue to make contributions to strengthening friendship between Germany and Việt Nam.

At the meeting with Irish Ambassador Maeve Collins the same day, Chairman Hùng said development in the fields of politics, diplomacy, education and training, socio-culture, trade and investment was assured for the two countries.

Additionally, cooperation between the two countries’ legislatures has seen developments, creating an impetus for bilateral cooperative plans in the future, he said.

The Chairman encouraged the ambassador to make further contributions to the Việt Nam-Ireland friendship, creating favorable conditions to support Việt Nam in increasing cooperation with the European Union.

Ambassador Maeve Collins said the head of the Irish parliament’s Committee for External Relations will visit Việt Nam soon. She described the visit as an opportunity for the two countries’ legislative agencies to promote cooperation to a new level.

Ambassador Maeve Collins said the Irish parliament paid special attention to the region and wished to develop cooperation with Asia, particularly Việt Nam .

Ireland will soon launch a program to support socio-economic development in Việt Nam’s remote and especially disadvantaged localities, she said.


(Theo website Nguyễn Sinh Hùng)

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