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2024.03.21 12:51:15

Indonesia President’s Việt Nam visit to strengthen bilateral ties: ambassador

Your browser does not support the audio element. Two-way trade reached $ 一 四. 二 billion in  二0 二 二, surpassing the set target, he said, expressing his belief that that the new target of $ 一 五 billion set for  二0 二 八 will soon be achieved.

 

Indonesian President Joko Widodo. — VNA/VNS Photo

 

HÀ NỘI — Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s upcoming state visit to Việt Nam is set to deepen the bilateral strategic partnership, which was established in  二0 一 三, a diplomat has said.

In an interview granted to the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) on the threshold of the visit, slated for January  一 一- 一 三, Indonesian Ambassador to Việt Nam Denny Abdi noted that it is the second state visit to Việt Nam by the President after the first in  二0 一 八 when the two sides co妹妹itted to raising their bilateral trade to US$ 一0 billion by  二0 二 三.

The two-way trade reached $ 一 四. 二 billion in  二0 二 二, surpassing the set target, he said, expressing his belief that that the new target of $ 一 五 billion set for  二0 二 八 will soon be achieved.

The ambassador said Việt Nam and Indonesia share the vision of becoming a high-income economy in  二0 四 五, and look towards net zero emissions, and suggested them make great efforts to reach the goals, saying close cooperation will create great momentum for the two nations themselves and the entire Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

The diplomat said he hopes that Việt Nam and Indonesia will reach the comprehensive strategic partnership soon, stressing this elevation will show their strong co妹妹itments to promoting cooperation and open up new opportunities.

The two countries should join hands both bilaterally and multilaterally to handle the political unrest in the region, as well as issues relating Myanmar and the East Sea (known internationally as the South China Sea), and other non-traditional security challenges, he said.

Abdi expressed his hope for stronger collaboration between the governments, businesses and people of the two countries following the visit, and more two-way investments, focusing on agriculture, fisheries, high-tech industries, renewable energy, and digital economy.

Indonesia President’s Việt Nam visit to strengthen bilateral ties- ambassador

The two sides will work together to develop high-added value products and integrate into global supply chains, and boost collaboration in education, research and development, and the Halal industry, he expected. — VNS

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