PM’s tour heightens links with Germany, the Netherlands


Vietnam boosts economic links with Germany and the Netherlands

PM Phuc had a wide range of activities during his trip to Germany from July 5-8, achieving an array of positive outcomes which contribute to the enhancement of bilateral friendship and cooperative ties, especially in economy, trade and investment, as well as indicating Vietnam’s active contributions to the international integration process via the G20 Summit.

PM Phuc held talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, during which they held that the two nations still hold great potential for cooperation and agreed to create more networking opportunities for Vietnamese and German enterprises at bilateral business forums or at global economic forums.

The two leaders expressed their delight at the positive results of the Vietnam-Germany Business Forum organised during PM Phuc’s visit, with 36 agreements and deals worth 4 billion US dollars signed.

Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

Vietnam attaches special importance to developing the relations with Germany, which is its leading partner in Europe in politics-external relations, trade-investment, education-training and science-technology, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said during his talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Hamburg city on July 6 (local time) as part of his working visit to Germany. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Berlin on July 6

during his current working visit to Germany.Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met with Malu Dreyer, Minister President of Rhineland-Palatinate. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met  German businesses.Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

During his official working visit to the Netherlands from July 8-11, PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc held talks with his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte, where the two leaders asserted their determination to further promote bilateral ties, especially in prioritised fields such as climate change adaptation and water management, agriculture, oil and gas, seaports and logistics.

PM Phuc and Dutch Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Social Affairs and Employment Lodewijck Asscher attended the Vietnam-Netherlands Business Forum and witnessed the signing of 11 cooperation deals worth 700 million US dollars between enterprises of the two countries.

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte reiterated their determination to deepen the relationship between Vietnam and the Netherlands in a sustainable fashion during their talks in The Hague on July 10. At the talks, host and guest reviewed the bilateral cooperation over the past time, especially in the five priority areas of climate change response and water management, agriculture, oil and gas, seaport and logistics services. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

Representatives of the Vietnam Coast Guard and Damen Shipyards sign a contract for building six versatile ships for the former,

with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte witnessing. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

he Vietnamese and Dutch PMs and the WB Country Director for Vietnam Ousmane Dione (front, centre) at the signing ceremony

for a MoU on cooperation in food safety management.Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Phuc meet with Presidentmeetsthe Senate Ankie Broekers-Knol and Speaker of the House of Representatives Khadija Arib of the Netherlands in The Hague on July 11, wrapping up the four-day visit to the northwestern European country.Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Phuc witnessed a cooperation deal sealed by the sides at the business forum. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc meets with WEF Managing Director Philipp Roesler.Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA


Vietnam participates G20 Summit as the host of upcoming APEC 2017

Regarding Vietnam’s attendance of the G20 Summit as the host of APEC 2017, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc delivered a strong plea for international cooperation in fighting climate change while addressing a panel discussion of the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7.

As the host of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 2017, Vietnam has pushed the agenda for sustainable development, climate change response and efficient energy use. It is cooperating with APEC member economies to promote inclusive development, he noted.


Leaders of G20, guest countries and international organisations pose for a photo. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA


PM Phuc and G20 leaders. 

Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

The Vietnamese leader was the keynote speaker of the discussion on sustainable development, climate change, and energy.Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Phuc meets Chinese President Xi Jinping at G20. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Phuc meets US President Donald Trump at G20. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Phuc meets Indian counterpart Narendra Modi at G20. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Phuc meets Korean President Moon Jae-in at G20. Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA

PM Phuc meets Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull at G20.Photo: Thong Nhat / VNA


 

PM Phuc also met country leaders and senior officials on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hamburg such as German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Chinese President Xi Jinping, US President Donald Trump and Indian counterpart Narendra Modi.



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