Vietnam Hails Tighter Ties With Russia

Vietnam NetBridge (Official Communist News from Vietnam)

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President Nguyen Minh Triet has praised cooperation between Vietnam and Russia in banking domain, saying it would help facilitate payment transactions and credit provision for businesses of both countries.

Receiving Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia V. N. Melnikov in Hanoi on Oct. 17, the Vietnamese State President stressed that Vietnam wants to tighten relationship with Russia in all fields.

 

 

Russian legislator vows to boost ties with Vietnam

The Russian Federation is willing to cooperate with Vietnam in various fields such as energy, oil and gas, nuclear power, climate change research, environmental protection and human resource development.

Chairman of the Council of the Russian Federation ’s Committee for Science and Education Chechenov Khusein Dzhabrailovich made the statement while meeting with National Assembly Vice Chairman Nguyen Duc Kien in Hanoi on Oct. 17.

Dzhabrailovich, who has been on a four-day visit to Vietnam until Oct. 18, spoke of Russia’s potentials, strengths and priority policies in developing sciences, technologies and high-quality human resources.

The Russian lawmaker said his committee will do its utmost to promote the exchange and cooperation between the legislatures through concrete projects and programmes.

For his part, Kien called on the Russian committee to beef up its cooperative ties with Vietnam’s relevant agencies and legislative bodies in order to carry out the high-level agreement designed to build the Vietnam-Russia strategic partnership in the 21st century.

From VNA

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