Deepening Vietnam-Hungary and Vietnam-UK Partnership Relations | policy

Speaker of the National Assembly of Vietnam Vuong Dinh Hue and Speaker of the House of Commons UK, Lindsay Hoyle. Photo: VNA

Hanoi (VNA) – Speaker of the National Assembly (NA) of Vietnam Vuong Dinh Hue and a senior NA delegation accompanying him arrived in Hanoi, successfully concluding their official visit to Hungary and the United Kingdom from June 26 to 30.

Evaluate the visit’s results
HungaryChairman of the NA Foreign Relations Committee Vu Hai Ha pointed out that the heads of the legislatures of Vietnam and Hungary have re-signed a cooperation agreement for the new phase so that relations between the two legislative bodies a relationship model, an important pillar of bilateral. relationship.

In the UK, during speeches and meetings, British leaders highly praised Vietnam’s role and position in regional and international relations. In particular, a high-level Vietnam-UK seminar on economics and trade was organized. It is an important activity to promote bilateral economic, investment and trade cooperation. So far, bilateral trade has reached $ 6.8 billion. British investment in Vietnam was very small, amounting to only $ 4 billion. So the potential for cooperation between the two parties is still huge.

British leaders hope that Britain’s green industries such as wind power, especially offshore wind power, will play a greater role in supporting Vietnam towards a clean energy future. The UK is also ready to work closely with Vietnam to make Ho Chi Minh City a full-fledged financial center, through financial and market reforms, cooperation in digital infrastructure design, business development and corporate credit. ratings.

Deepen Vietnam-Hungary and Vietnam-UK partnership relations hinh anh 2Speaker of the National Assembly of Vietnam Vuong Dinh Hue and the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán. Photo: VNA

Vietnam’s education cooperation with Hungary and the UK was seen as one of the highlights of the visit, Vu Hai Ha said. In both countries, the Vietnamese delegation organized seminars and forums on educational cooperation. The two sides signed 19 memoranda of understanding covering cooperation between several Vietnamese and Hungarian and British universities and educational institutions.

For other areas, Vu Hai Ha announced that the Hungarian and British sides hold high regard for Vietnam’s very strong commitments to COP26. Vietnam has confirmed its strong determination if it promises net zero emissions by 2050. This is a very strong commitment, higher than countries at the same level of development, or even if compared to developed countries.

To achieve this goal, Vietnam asked the two countries to share and coordinate policy implementation, provide green finance and policy advice. Hungary and the United Kingdom strongly support these proposals.

As part of his visit, Speaker of the National Assembly Vuong Dinh Hue met with the Vietnamese community in these two countries, concluded Vu Hai Ha, during a press conference on the results of these two visits by the Vietnamese leader in Hungary and the United Kingdom. – VNA

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