PM receives President of the Moroccan House of Representatives
09:08 | 20/12/2017

VGP - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in Ha Noi on December 19 received President of the Moroccan House of Representatives Habib El Malki.

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc receives President of the Moroccan House of Representatives Habib El Malki, Ha Noi, December 19, 2017

At the reception, Habib El Malki praised Viet Nam’s socio-economic achievement, adding that as both countries are investing heavily in infrastructure as a basis for economic development, there is great potential for bilateral engagement in the field.

Morocco is willing to share experience with Viet Nam in sectors of its strength such as clean energy, fertilizer production, banking, and IT with Viet Nam, he said.

The Moroccan legislator stated Viet Nam is an important partner of his country, urging the two countries should coordinate to increase bilateral trade.  

Morocco wants to increase the exchange of high-ranking delegations with Viet Nam, he said, expressing his wish that PM Phuc will soon pay an official visit to his country to promote comprehensive cooperation.

In turn, PM Phuc lauded outcomes of talks between his guest and National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan, and stressed his belief that the ongoing trip in Viet Nam of the Moroccan legislator would open up good prospects for the partnership between the two countries’ governments and parliaments.

The PM agreed that Viet Nam and Morocco should share experience in fields of their strength, and should act promptly to increase bilateral trade immediately next year. He said Viet Nam, as a participant of various new-generation free trade agreements and an APEC member economy, can help Morocco expand its market.

Mr. Phuc also suggested tourism and agriculture for bilateral cooperation.

He said he will assign relevant agencies to study the potential for joint projects with Morocco, while in the immediate future, the two sides should promote exchanges between their business communities. 

                                                                                                         By  Vien Nhu

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