Vietnam looks to boost cooperation with Myanmar

Source: Pano feed

Vietnam is always willing to strengthen its comprehensive cooperation and friendly relationship with Myanmar as well as share experience in economic reform and international integration.

Nguyen Thien Nhan, Politburo member and President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF), made the remark at his meeting with Chairman of both Myanmar’s Assembly Union and the House of Representatives Thura U Shwe Mann in Myanmar’s capital city of Naypyidaw.

Nhan spoke highly of Myanmar’s achievements in reform, national reconciliation and expanding diplomatic relations and expressed his belief that t he Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) would continue to reap success in building a peaceful, modern, democratic and developed Myanmar .

The Communist Party of Vietnam and the USDP will continue promoting cooperation through exchanges of information, delegations and State management experience, Nhan said.

Nhan also praised Myanmar’s role as Chair of the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations in 2014, saying it helped raise Myanmar’s position and reputation in the international community.

At his talk with U Nay Win Tun, chairman of the Myanmar-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentarians Association, Nhan recommended that the two sides should promote people-to-people exchanges and promote cooperation between localities of the two countries.

Nhan asked U Nay Win Tun to assist Vietnamese enterprises operating in Myanmar, adding that Vietnamese business people considers Myanmar a potential market. Vietnam currently ranks eighth among foreign investors in Myanmar with a total of 513 million USD.

Vietnam and Myanmar are also preparing for celebrations for the 40th anniversary of their diplomatic relations this year.-VNA

Đăng ký: VietNam News