Mon. Apr 8th, 2024

National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung’s official visit to three
European countries has opened up new opportunities for cooperation,
affirmed Head of the NA Committee for External Relations Tran Van Hang.

In an interview granted to the press after Chairman
Hung concluded his tour of Russia, Germany and Poland on
March 17, Hang affirmed that the legislative chief’s visit was a
success and consolidated cooperation with the three countries in a range
of areas, first of all in law making, especially building the
constitution.

Vietnam and the three countries
have also agreed to coordinate closer in supervising the implementation
of their respective bilateral cooperation agreements and projects, with a
view to raising the efficiency of their diplomatic, political,
socio-cultural and economic cooperation.

They agreed
to increase coordination in viewpoints and support for each other on
international forums, particularly regarding sensitive issues of mutual
concerns.

Hang noted that in Russia, which
established a comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership with
Vietnam last year, Hung and the host reached consensus on bolstering
economic cooperation, especially between Russia ’s Far Eastern and
Vietnam’s central region.

Regarding Germany
which has just established a strategic partnership with Vietnam,
Hung’s visit has a special meaning as it is the first official visit
made by a high-ranking national assembly leader between the two
countries over the past 20 years.

Meanwhile, the NA
Chairman’s visit to Poland, a traditional friend, has resulted in
agreement by both sides to work to build a strategic partnership, thus
facilitating bilateral all-round cooperation.

During
the tour, the top legislator met with overseas Vietnamese in the three
countries. The OV community have contributed many opinions to the draft
amendments of the 1992 Constitution, particularly policies towards the
community.-VNA

By vivian