Talking to E.U. Ambassador Giorgio Aliberti, Dung noted some local socio-economic highlights in the recent past and said Hanoi looks to become a green, civilized, modern, and smart city, retain the "City for Peace" title, and maintain fast, comprehensive, and sustainable development.
The capital city is taking numerous concrete measures to recover and develop its economy after a long period of time under the COVID-19 impact. It is also stepping up administrative reforms, improving the investment climate, and removing difficulties facing businesses.
Hanoi has worked actively to integrate into the world, with priority given to international economic integration, he said, adding that it has basically put the pandemic under control thanks to drastic and effective moves.
Applauding the recent cooperation programs between the E.U. and Hanoi, the official stressed that his city views the cooperation with E.U. members as a leading priority during its development process.
Hanoi hopes that the E.U. will continue assisting and sharing its experience in such fields as developing green economy and circular economy, protecting the environment, treating waste, training high-quality human resources, and preserving cultural heritage.
Speaking highly of efforts to contain COVID-19 by the Vietnamese Government and Hanoi, Ambassador Aliberti said he hopes people's life will soon return to normal.
He stressed that E.U. members are ready to share experience in the areas they are strong at and hope that the two sides will accelerate the European University of Management project and the urban rail route No.3 project, and work together in cultural heritage preservation.
The same day, the Party official of Hanoi met with Ambassador of the U.K. Gareth Ward, who emphasized the encouraging cooperation results in health care and education.
The British diplomat voiced his hope that the two sides will bolster partnerships in the fields his country has strength like finance, banking, education, climate change response, and environmental protection.
Dung expected the U.K. – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement, signed in late 2020, will help strengthen bilateral investment ties, thus contributing to the cooperation between Hanoi and British localities and partners.
He hoped Ambassador Ward will continue serving as a bridge to help intensify bilateral relations in a more effective and practical manner.
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