Vietnamese, Philippine parliament leaders hold talks
VGP - Chairman of the National Assembly of Viet Nam Vuong Dinh Hue held talks with Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives Martin Romualdez in Manila, the Philippines, on November 23 as part of his official visit to the Philippines.
The top Vietnamese legislator spoke highly of the Philippine House of Representatives' resolution on enhancing bilateral cooperation through the Philippine-Viet Nam Parliamentarians' Friendship Society.
Vuong said that the resolution is considered as an important milestone in further intensifying relations between the two legislative bodies as well as the strategic partnership between the two countries in general.
He took the occasion to invite the Philippine Speaker to visit Viet Nam and the latter accepted the invitation with pleasure.
For his part, Martin Romualdez expressed his belief that Vuong's trip to the Philippines will create a new impulse for the two countries' strategic partnership to develop effectively and substantively in all aspects.
Romualdez thanked Viet Nam for donating medical supplies to his country during the pandemic and consistently being a trustworthy and stable rice provider amid the global food crisis.
He hoped that the Philippines can export more goods to Viet Nam.
Both host and guest agreed to further strengthen bilateral ties in such areas as politics-diplomacy and trade-investment.
At the talks, in the presence of the countries' parliamentarians, a representative of the Philippine House of Representatives read the entire Resolution 571 on enhancing bilateral cooperation through the Philippine-Viet Nam Parliamentarians' Friendship Society.
This resolution received support from the entire House of Representatives./.