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Vietnamese, Cuban Deputy PMs hold talks

VGP - Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang held talks with Cuban Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment Ricardo Cabrisas, in Havana, on April 15, as part of his visit to the Latin American country.

April 16, 2024 3:33 PM GMT+7
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Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang holds talks with Cuban Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment Ricardo Cabrisas, Havana, April 15, 2024 - Photo: VGP

Tran reiterated that Viet Nam treasures the special relations of traditional solidarity and friendship with Cuba, adding that the nation will always stand by Cuba in the current context of difficulties and challenges.

The Vietnamese government is determined to implement projects supporting Cuba in strengthening agricultural production, he emphasized.

He suggested the Cuban government provide support and facilitate Vietnamese enterprises to invest in the Latin American nation.

Cabrisas, for his side, affirmed the Cuban government's determination to further deepen the Viet Nam–Cuba fraternal relationship.

He expressed his belief that the visit will contribute to effectively implementing agreements between the two countries' high-ranking leaders.

The host thanked Viet Nam for helping maintain a stable commercial rice supply and assisting Cuba in developing food and seafood production, adding that cooperation with Viet Nam is of strategic importance in the current context.

He highly valued Viet Nam's investment and business projects in Cuba in various sectors including commerce, industrial infrastructure, construction materials, essential goods, renewable energy, and agriculture.

Both sides discussed measures to promote economic, trade, and investment relations, and to improve the effectiveness of the activities of the Viet Nam-Cuba Intergovernmental Committee mechanism, as well as collaborative projects in various fields.

They vowed to continue close coordination in implementing high-level agreements reached, further enhance the effectiveness of the mechanism in promoting key cooperation projects, and find solutions to support Vietnamese businesses in doing business and investing in Cuba.

Earlier, the 41st session of the Viet Nam-Cuba Intergovernmental Committee took place in Havana from April 12 - 15, seeking ways to expand and diversify bilateral economic relations in commensurate with the traditional political relationship between the two Parties, States, and peoples./.