Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang has a meeting with Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe – Photo: VGP/Hai Minh
On May 26, within the framework of his working visit to Japan and attending the Asia Future Conference, Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang had meetings with Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe, Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan. Hosoda Hiroyuki and 3 co-chairs of the Vietnam – Japan Economic Cooperation Committee of the Confederation of Japanese Economic Organizations (KEIDANREN), including Mr. Ichikawa Hideo, Senior Advisor of Resonac Group, Mr. Hyodo Masayuki, General Director of Sumitomo Shoji Corporation, Mr. Fujimoto Masayoshi, General Director of Sojitz Corporation.
* At a meeting with Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe, Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang affirmed that Vietnam’s consistent policy is to always attach great importance to developing traditional friendship and multifaceted cooperation with Sri Lanka. wants to bring the two countries’ relations to develop more effectively and practically on the basis of the potentials and advantages of each side, meet the practical interests of the people of each country, and make valuable contributions to solving global problems. requirements, contributing to maintaining an environment of peace, stability and cooperation in the region. The Deputy Prime Minister proposed that the two sides promote cooperation in many fields, including enhancing the exchange of high-level and all-level delegations as well as people-to-people exchanges; effectively implement existing bilateral cooperation mechanisms, especially the Joint Committee chaired by the Foreign Ministers of the two countries; signing cooperation documents in the fields of education, culture and agriculture; promote trade cooperation, strive to recover growth momentum in 2021 and soon bring the total two-way trade turnover to 500 million USD; expand cooperation on other potential areas; research to open direct flights to attract tourism; continue to closely coordinate at regional and international forums, especially at the United Nations and the Non-Aligned Movement.
Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe affirmed his support for further development of Vietnam-Sri Lanka relations – Photo: VGP/Hai Minh
Sharing many good impressions when visiting Vietnam as Prime Minister, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe affirmed his support for further development of Vietnam – Sri Lanka relations; expressed his wish that the two countries promote cooperation in the fields of economy – trade – investment, culture and tourism, coordinate in responding to climate change, and at the same time, strengthen cooperation in multilateral mechanisms. . The Sri Lankan President also shared the efforts and policies Sri Lanka has implemented to soon overcome the current domestic economic difficulties, quickly stabilize and restructure the economy. In the process, Sri Lanka wishes to promote economic cooperation with ASEAN, including Vietnam, participating in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
At the meeting, the two sides also shared views on many international and regional issues of common concern.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang meets with Speaker of the Japanese House of Representatives Hosoda Hiroyuki – Photo: VGP/Hai Minh
* Meeting with Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan Hosoda Hiroyuki, the Deputy Prime Minister expressed his delight at the strong, substantive and effective development of the Vietnam-Japan Extensive Strategic Partnership; suggested that the House of Representatives and President Hosoda personally continue to pay attention to and promote the friendship and cooperation between the two countries to a new height in the coming time.
On this occasion, the Deputy Prime Minister also suggested that the House of Representatives of Japan strengthen the exchange of delegations at all levels, young parliamentarians and female parliamentarians of the two countries, and convey the invitation to visit Vietnam in 2023 by National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue. to President Hosoda. Emphasizing the importance of economic cooperation, the Deputy Prime Minister asked Japan to assist in strengthening the connection between the two economies, helping Vietnam to participate effectively in new supply chains; supporting the implementation of the new generation ODA program for Vietnam, promoting Japanese small and medium enterprises to invest and transfer technology to Vietnam…
Speaker of the House of Representatives Hosoda Hiroyuki welcomed Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang and a high-ranking delegation of the Vietnamese Government to visit Japan on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Japan. Sharing memories and personal feelings for the country and people of Vietnam, President Hosoda expressed his delight at the good development of Vietnam – Japan relations; especially the closer connection between the two countries through investment cooperation, trade and human resources; highly appreciates the important role and positive contribution to Japan’s socio-economic development of the community of nearly 500,000 Vietnamese in Japan and wishes to further increase the number of Vietnamese coming to Japan to study and study. work. Speaker of the House of Representatives Hosoda affirmed that he would arrange to lead a delegation of Japanese parliamentarians to visit Vietnam.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang met with 3 co-chairs of the Vietnam-Japan Economic Cooperation Committee of the Federation of Japanese Economic Organizations – Photo: VGP/Hai Minh
* Talking to the three co-chairs of the Vietnam-Japan Economic Cooperation Committee of the Confederation of Japanese Economic Organizations (KEIDANREN), Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang expressed his delight at Japan’s continued is the leading economic partner of Vietnam, in which more and more Japanese enterprises invest and expand their business in Vietnam. The Deputy Prime Minister highly appreciated KEIDANREN’s contributions in promoting economic cooperation, investment, connecting businesses of the two countries, especially through the Vietnam-Japan Joint Initiative, which has provided many effective consultations and suggestions. help improve Vietnam’s business environment; affirmed that the Government of Vietnam always cares about protecting the legitimate interests of investors, harmonizing the interests of the state and enterprises. On this occasion, the Deputy Prime Minister suggested that KEIDANREN continue to further promote investment cooperation and support Vietnam to effectively participate in the supply chain of Japanese enterprises in the region, especially in areas such as energy and energy. renewable energy, climate change response, clean agriculture, digital transformation, green transformation, semiconductors, agricultural product processing technology…; assist Vietnam in accessing capital sources to support infrastructure development, Green Innovation Fund or green financial investment sources of Japan.
The three co-chairs of the Vietnam-Japan Economic Cooperation Committee of KEIDANREN thanked the Vietnamese Government for the attention and support of the Vietnamese Government in investment and business activities of foreign enterprises, including enterprises. Japan in Vietnam over the years – Photo: VGP/Hai Minh
The three co-chairs of the Vietnam-Japan Economic Cooperation Committee of KEIDANREN welcomed Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang to visit Japan in the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries; Thank you for the attention and support of the Government of Vietnam to the investment and business activities of foreign enterprises, including Japanese enterprises in Vietnam over the years.
Mr. Ichikawa Hideo, Senior Advisor of Resonac Group, shared that Vietnam has a stable political background, high economic growth, young, abundant and highly qualified human resources, and a large consumer market. The market is extremely attractive to Japanese investors and has an important position in the global supply chain. He also said that there are currently about 2,000 Japanese enterprises investing in Vietnam and this number will continue to increase in the coming time; We hope to continue to receive the attention of the Vietnamese Government’s leaders so that the two sides can jointly exploit more development potentials, on the basis of mutual benefits. Mr. Ichikawa expressed his desire to train high-quality human resources for Vietnam.
Mr. Hyodo Masayuki, General Director of Sumitomo Shojitz Group, suggested that the Vietnamese Government create conditions to promote investment by Japanese enterprises in fields with great potential such as energy transformation, green transformation…; requesting the Government to support and support KEIDANREN’s initiative on establishing a dialogue mechanism between KEIDANREN and the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
Mr. Fujimoto, General Director of Sojitz Group said that Japanese businesses are interested in promoting investment in high-tech agriculture to help improve the quality of Vietnamese agricultural products.
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