Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (R) welcomes German Minister of Economics and Technology Philipp Roesler, Ha Noi, September 18, 2012 - Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac
The Government chief highly evaluated the outcomes of the meetings between leaders of Vietnamese ministries and Minister Philipp Roesler who is now leading a business delegation to Viet Nam to seek investment opportunities.
PM Dung also affirmed support for the deployment of agreements reached by both sides, particularly in the fields of infrastructure development, trade and education.
Germany is now involving in some mega projects like Ho Chi Minh Metro Line 2, German House, Viet Nam-Germany University, and German International School.
He also hoped that Germany would support the settlement of disputes in the East Sea through peaceful negotiations and on the basis of international law.
For his part, Minster Philipp Roesler said his visit to Viet Nam aims to boost the bilateral relations, particularly in economics, trade, investment, education and training.
He stressed that Germany advocates Viet Nam to enhance relations with the European Union as well as to accelerate the ratification of the Viet Nam-EU Free Trade Agreement.
Germany is also ready to cooperate with Viet Nam in the fields of finance, science and technology, increase aid for Viet Nam and step up the implementation of the joint projects, Mr. Philipp Roesler said.
By Huong Giang