Viet Nam wants to continue co-operating with Japan in developing the country's infrastructure with help from Japan's Official Development Assistance, said Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.
Illustration photo. Photo: Internet
Dung affirmed that the Vietnamese Government is willing to discuss operational policies concerning infrastructure projects during a meeting with representatives from the Japan Federation of Economic Organisations (KEDANREN) this morning.
The Prime Minister thanked Japan for providing significant ODA resources to Viet Nam, which has aided the country's infrastructure development.
Dung praised the accomplishments made by the Viet Nam-Japan joint initiative for improving the country's investment environment. He said that the two sides should implement the programme's fourth phase soon.
Relations between the two countries has progressed significantly, particularly in the field of economy and commerce, the Government leader said. Dung added that during the Japanese PM's upcoming visit to Viet Nam the two sides would discuss lifting bilateral relations to a higher level, particularly in the economics, trade and investment sectors.
The leader said he believed that the KEDANREN federation would play an important role in developing Vietnamese-Japanese relations.
The Japanese federation Vice Chairman Uchida said Japan at the East Asia Summit, along with member states, would discuss a number of infrastructure development projects in numerous places, including Viet Nam.
He affirmed that Japanese businesses would provide technical services for Viet Nam's infrastructure development.
Uchida praised Viet Nam's investment environment and proposed that the two sides should create favourable conditions for Japanese businesses to invest in Viet Nam.
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