Chinese premiers and premiers hold talks in Beijing on June 26.
Chinese Premier Li Cuong said that China will continue to open its market to Vietnamese goods, especially high-quality agricultural and aquatic products and fruits.
He made the above statement during talks with Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh in Beijing on June 26.
China will also coordinate to create favorable conditions in the work of quarantine and customs clearance, and is ready to work with Vietnam to remove obstacles on institutions and policies.
The two leaders discussed many important issues. The two sides agreed to promote the effective implementation of the Vietnam-China Joint Statement on continuing to strengthen the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.
The Prime Minister proposed the two sides strengthen cooperation in the fields of finance, agriculture, transport, environment, health, science and technology, focusing on digital transformation, green growth, weekly economy. complete and respond to climate change; exchange of experience in macro management and financial and monetary policy administration; together with crop production, agricultural product processing, disease control, and protection of fishery resources in the Gulf of Tonkin.
suggested that Vietnam and China strengthen the connection of railways, roads and seaways and soon sign an agreement on search and rescue at sea; comprehensive resumption of commercial flights; strengthening cooperation in water resource management in the Mekong – Lancang river basin; well implement cooperation agreements on education, culture and tourism.
Prime Minister Li Keqiang affirmed his willingness to strengthen substantive cooperation with Vietnam, constantly enriching the China-Vietnam Comprehensive Strategic Cooperation Partnership.
The Prime Minister emphasized that the two countries have great potential to promote economic and trade cooperation and suggested strengthening strategic connectivity, especially in infrastructure and transport; promote economic cooperation, trade and investment in the fields of manufacturing, manufacturing and agriculture.
After the talks, the two leaders witnessed the signing and announcement of four cooperation documents between the ministries, branches and localities of the two countries in immigration management, market supervision, and smart border gate construction. and research on marine environmental management in the Gulf of Tonkin.