Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dung (L) and Singaporean Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan. At the event, Deputy FM Nguyen Quoc Dung and Permanent Secretary of the Singaporean Foreign Ministry Chee Wee Kiong discussed bilateral ties alongside regional and international issues of shared concern and consented to exert combined efforts to continue fostering their strategic partnership. Both sides pledged to strengthen the two economies’ connectivity, actively contribute to ASEAN’s solidarity and centrality, and step up coordination in strategic issues amidst complex developments and growing trade frictions in the region and the world. They agreed upon a score of specific measures to further propel Vietnam-Singapore cooperation in the time ahead, including intensifying all-level mutual visits and meetings through all channels- their parties, states, governments, parliaments and peoples- while maintaining and effectively bringing into play bilateral cooperation and consultation mechanisms. The two sides will work hand in hand to carry out the outcomes of the 14th economic connectivity ministerial meeting held in Singapore in March this year, particularly in finance, information – communications, education – training, transport, investment, trade and services, so as to build on the recent economic partnership results. Singapore is currently the third biggest foreign investor in Vietnam with… Read full this story
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