Viet Nam, Uganda beef up agricultural cooperation for sustainable food security
VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh suggested that agriculture should be a key cooperation area between Viet Nam and Uganda in order to contribute to ensuring sustainable food security in each nation.
The Vietnamese Government chief made the suggestion at his meeting with visiting Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni in Ha Noi on November 24.
The Prime Minister congratulated Uganda on its achievements in politics, socio-economic development, and disease prevention and control, and lauded the country’s contributions to important multilateral mechanisms such as the United Nations, the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), and the African Alliance.
Pham asked the two countrie to strengthen collaboration in education-training, information-communications, national defense and security and tourism, and partnerships in other areas like oil and gas, health care, culture and sports.
For his part, Museveni expressed his impression on Viet Nam’s socio-economic achievements over the past time, and praised her role at multilateral forums, particularly the UN.
The President expressed his belief that Viet Nam would successfully perform role as member of the UN Human Rights Council for the tenure 2023-2025, significantly contributing to peace and development and ensuring human rights.
The two leaders agreed to create a legal framework for investment and trade activities through signing agreements on trade and double taxation avoidance./.