The move was also expected to create favorable conditions for Vietnamese goods to enter the U.S. market and increase U.S. investment in Vietnam, Lam said while receiving an USABC delegation in Hanoi on December 6.

At the reception

He emphasized that Vietnam always considers the U.S. a leading partner with high potential in techniques, sciences and technologies and that Vietnam wants to expand and strengthen practical and effective cooperation with the U.S. in areas, particularly infrastructure development, technology transfer, human resource development and experience sharing.

The Ministry of Public Security hoped that USABC can connect businesses to discuss the possibility of promoting cooperation and sharing experience with the ministry in specialised areas and procurement of high-quality products, General To Lam said.

The minister also proposed the USABC and U.S. businesses support Vietnam to deeply participate in the global supply chain in information technology, digital economy, and green growth.

They were urged to actively contribute to promoting and realising cooperation commitments and initiatives between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the U.S. in economy, trade, maritime security and aviation.

Lam also called for stronger cooperation between U.S. businesses and the Ministry of Public Security in the security industry, including new-generation professional technical equipment, telecommunications products, IT, fire prevention, search and rescue and hi-tech products.

The two sides are expected to strengthen public-private cooperation with U.S. enterprises in cyber security, share experience and transfer technologies and solutions on cyber attack detection, warning, prevention and control, data security, digital investigation, and the collection, analysis and recovery of electronic evidence.

Source: VNA