Nhan is accompanied by leaders of a number of ministries of Public Security, Foreign Affairs, Information and Communications, Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, and Science and Technology.
Discussions will focus on dealing with illegal Vietnamese guest workers and resuming sending Vietnamese workers to the RoK.
Both sides will also examine the building of the Vietnam Science and Technology Research Institute based on the Korean model and the e-Government Data Centre funded by the RoK.
Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan In Switzerland, Deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan plans to hold talks with Swiss Minister for Home Affairs Alain Berset and Swiss Economics Minister Johann Schneider-Amman to review the implementation of signed agreements.He is scheduled to visit some big Swiss pharmaceutical firms to inquire into their management experience.In Bulgaria, the Deputy PM will pay a courtesy visit to Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev and hold talks with DPM and Finance Minister Simeon Diankov. He will meet with two other ministers and visit Kliment Okhridski University. By Ngoc Van... [read more]
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen ThienNhan on June 6 attended and cut a ribbon to open the KunmingImport-Export Fair and the fifth South Asian Countries Trade Fair inYunnan province as part of his ongoing visit to China.The annual event, the largest trade promotion and international economiccooperation in China’s southwestern region, attracted nearly 140business delegations from countries and regions around the world with1,000 display booths.... [read more]
Nhan Dan – President of the Vietnamese Fatherland Front (VFF) Nguyen Thien Nhan met with the Vietnam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (VINASME) on June 4 to evaluate co-operation between the two organisations. At the meeting, VINASME leaders communicated proposals of the business community to the VFF president that administrative reforms should be implemented more aggressively in order to remove bottlenecks to enterprise growth. They said that simplified procedures would help small and medium enterprises benefit from the Government’s preferential policies and reduce the risk of dissolution and bankruptcy. Speaking at the meeting, VFF President Nhan hailed the efforts…... [read more]
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc made this affirmation whilemeeting with New Zealand’s Governor-General Jerry Mateparae on April 16during his visit to NZ starting from April 14 at the invitation of NZDeputy PM and Finance Minister Simon English. Deputy PMPhuc congratulated NZ on its achievements in the cause of nationalconstruction and development, especially in restoring Christchurchcity after earthquake. He said he believed that NZ willcontinue to gain greater achievements, affirming its position and rolein the region and the world. He also stressed theimportance of increasing mutual visits by high-ranking delegations andpeople-to-people exchanges between the two countries. TheGovernor-General of NZ congratulated…... [read more]
Deputy PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc visits Cambodia The Cambodian leaders expressed their delight at the fine traditional friendship and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Cambodia at the meeting, which has developed across a broad range of interests based on a philosophy of “good neighbourliness, traditional friendship, comprehensive cooperation and long-term stability.”Strong improvements in economics, trade, and investment cooperation have contributed to boosting socio-economic development in both countries.Both sides praised their respective close coordination in organising practical activities to welcome in the Vietnam-Cambodia Friendship Year 2012 and celebrate the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties.Cambodian senior leaders emphasised the need to continue…... [read more]
On December 9, he had ameeting with Lao Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong, during which heaffirmed that Vietnam always treasures and gives the highest priority toconsolidating and developing the Vietnam-Laos traditional friendship,special solidarity and comprehensive cooperation. Appreciating the outcomes of bilateral collaboration in all fields, heaffirmed Vietnam ’s wish to continue working with the Lao side toincrease the efficiency of cooperation, especially in economy, trade,investment, and education-training. TheVietnamese official also asked for Laos’ support at regional andinternational forums and for Vietnam ’s stance in the East Seaissue. The Lao Government leader expressed hisdelight at rapid growth of two-way trade and hailed…... [read more]
Thestatement was made when the Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister made acourtesy visit to Cambodian Standing Deputy Prime Minister, Men Som An. Phuc, member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of Vietnam, isheading a delegation officially visiting Cambodia at the invitationof Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Ke Kim Yan from Aug. 14 to 16. Phuc emphasised that the traditional friendship between the twocountries has been built-up by the contributions of martyrs whosacrificed their lives for the benefits of the two nations. Speaking highly of the efforts by the Cambodian-Vietnamese FriendshipAssociation, Phuc expressed his hope that the association would continueplaying its role…... [read more]
Apart from the fields of effective cooperation, like aviation, banking and telecommunications, Cambodia and Vietnam should boost up their bilateral ties in training, cultural exchanges, music, and sports to meet the desire of two peoples. Vietnamese Deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan (3rd from right) pays a courtesy visit to Cambodian PM Samdech Hun Sen (2nd from left), Phnom Penh, January 21, 2010 - Photo: VGP/Tu Luong In his two-day visit to the Kingdom of Cambodia, Vietnamese Deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan on Thursday paid a courtesy visit to the host PM Samdech Hun Sen.Highly speaking of education, health and cultural…... [read more]
The call came from deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan during face to face talks with delegates at the eighth national conference of the Vietnam Students’ Association (VSA) held in Hanoi on February 15. The deputy PM talked to the students on issues of particular concern to them such as finding a jobs after graduating university, the increase in access to credit for students, more opportunities to study for professional qualifications, experiences of recruitment and establishment of the fund to help students conduct scientific researches. Mr Nhan said that second and third-year students need to exert themselves on seeking employment. Over…... [read more]
At the session, a representative from the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MoPI) briefed on Vietnam’s implementation of sustainable development targets over the past 20 years and outlined the outcomes of participating in the United Nations Sustainable Development Conference (Rio+20) held last month in Brazil. Partners pledged to continue to help Vietnam carry out the strategy for green growth and sustainable development through appropriate cooperation models such as Overseas Development Aid (ODA) projects and private-public partnerships (PPPs).Delegates discussed the council’s organizational regulations and future operations aimed at successfully implementing Vietnam’s sustainable development strategy in the 2011-2012 period.In his speech, Deputy PM…... [read more]