Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (R) shakes hands with his Bulgarian counterpart Plamen Vasilve Oresharski in Hanoi on April 7. Photo courtesy of Vietnam News Agency
Vietnam and Bulgaria will apply an economic cooperation model approved by the two sides to bring bilateral ties to a full-on strategic partnership in the future, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his visiting Bulgarian counterpart Plamen Vasilve Oresharski agreed Monday.
During their talks, the two PMs agreed to enhance bilateral connections in all fields, especially economics, trade, investment, science, education, culture, tourism, security and defense, in order to celebrate the 65th year of the two countries established diplomatic relations.
They said the two countries will apply a new economic cooperation model previously approved by the two sides to deepen and widen the bilateral ties towards a future strategic partnership.
They stressed the need to facilitate firms and investors’ bids to seek partners and do business in each country.
They shared the view that disputes in the East Sea should be solved by peaceful measures, based on international law, including the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.
After the talks, the two PMs witnessed the signing of a number of documents on bilateral cooperation.
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