Deputy PM receives Indonesian, New Zealand, Australian Ambassadors

Deputy PM Vuong Dinh Hue in Ha Noi on July 5 received diplomatic representatives of Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia in Viet Nam.

Talking to New Zealand Ambassador to Viet Nam Wendy Matthews, Hue said Viet Nam wants to work further with the country in agriculture, education-training, and disaster-risk management.

The both sides should enhance coordination at multilateral forums and study the elevation of relations from comprehensive partnership to strategic partnership, he added.

Regarding Indonesian Ambassador to Viet NamIbnu Hadi's suggestion on Vietjet Air's direct route between Ho Chi Minh City and Jakarta, the Deputy PM stated that the Vietnamese Government strongly supports the plan to boost trade and people-to-people exchange.

The official affirmed Viet Nam always attaches importance to multifaceted cooperation with Indonesia - its strategic partner.

The Deputy PM told deputy head of the Australian Embassy Mission to Viet Nam Layton Pike that Viet Nam appreciates economic-trade-investment ties with Australia and is willing to discuss affairs related to both nations for stronger collaboration and common prosperity.

Source: Online Newspaper of the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam