Meeting the Australian minister, National Assembly Vuong Dinh Hue underlined the importance of the education and training cooperation in the Vietnam – Australia relations, expressing his hope that the Australian side will share experience in university autonomy and governance, business-university connection, entrepreneurship and innovation.
With more than 30,000 Vietnamese students in Australia, education cooperation not only contributes to Vietnam’s human resources development and Australia’s economy, but also helps promote cultural connection and friendship between the two nations, he said.
Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue suggested the Australian side pay attention to promoting bilateral education and training cooperation in various forms, provide more scholarships to Vietnamese students, and organize forums for enhancing connectivity among Vietnamese and Australian universities and educational institutions.
Clare said he is looking forward to a visit to Vietnam in 2023 to discuss education cooperation, especially in general and higher education, and student exchange between the two countries.
He expressed his trust in great cooperation opportunities in education and training between the two countries.
The two sides held that the Vietnam – Australia Education Cooperation Forum on the occasion of the Vietnamese National Assembly's visit to Australia is expected to further boost the bilateral education cooperation, especially higher education.
Meeting Dutton and Birmingham, National Assembly Chairman reaffirmed Vietnam’s consistent policy of attaching great importance to comprehensive relations with Australia at all levels and channels.
He expressed his delight that Australian political parties all support strengthening ties with Vietnam for the sake of the two peoples, and for peace, stability and prosperity in the region.
The Australian parliamentary leaders affirmed that their country always attaches great importance to strengthening relations with Vietnam, and support to lift the bilateral relations to a new height.
They agreed to coordinate with Vietnam’s partner agencies to boost cooperation in specific fields, including the exchange of delegations and expanding cooperation in various forms between the Communist Party of Vietnam and Australian political parties, promoting the implementation of documents the two sides have signed, and enhancing cooperation in response to climate change, green growth, energy transformation, digital transformation, and digital economy.
The two sides also discussed international issues and emphasized the central role of ASEAN. They reaffirmed that disputes, including those in the East Sea (South China Sea), should be resolved by peaceful measures in accordance with international law, especially the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) 1982.
National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue took the occasion to invite Dutton and Birmingham to visit Vietnam as soon as possible.
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