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Deputy Minister Tran Duy Dong receives Minister for the Environment of the Czech Republic

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(MPI) - Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Tran Duy Dong receives Czech Minister for the Environment Petr Hladik in Hanoi on September 12, during which they spoke highly of the traditional friendship between Vietnam and Czech Republic over the past decade and discussed cooperation opportunities in the time ahead.

At the meeting. Photo: MPI

Deputy Minister Dong noted with pleasure that the traditional friendship between Vietnam and the Czech Republic was continuously developed across many fields, notably in economic, trade and investment cooperation. The exchange of delegations at high and all levels has been maintained regularly, especially the Czech Prime Minister’s recent visit to Vietnam in April this year had witnessed a signing of a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between Vietnamese Ministry of Planning and Investment and Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade.

He said that ample room remains for the two countries to foster cooperation based on their huge potentials. In terms of attracting both domestic and foreign investment, Vietnam attaches importance to environmental-friendly production and use of high technology, including environmental impact assessment towards the goals in the National Green Growth Strategy and the country’s commitments at the COP26.

For his part, Petr agreed with the host’s opinions on the two countries’ cooperation relationship over the past time, emphasising that Vietnam is always an important strategic partner of the Czech Republic.

Cooperation activities and delegation exchange at all levels have been continuously promoted. He added, the Czech Republic wants the two countries to further strengthen cooperation in the fields of tourism and agriculture. The Vietnamese community has become an important bridge connecting the two countries and deepening its traditional friendship.

The Czech Minister also called for continued cooperation in the fields of energy transition and green energy since his country posed various advantages such as an industrial economy with modern technology.

The two sides agreed that Vietnam and Czech Republic boast huge cooperation opportunities in the time ahead, especially in the fields of agriculture, machinery manufacturing, tourism, and access to financial resources of green and sustainable energy transition. They also discussed measures to help bringing Vietnamese goods like rice, coffee and cashew to the Czech Republic market, mobilising resources for the development of wind power, biomass, and hydrogen, and exchanging delegations to learn about the business and investment climate and seek investment of both sides’ strengths./.


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