PM Phuc urged India to facilitate the penetration of Vietnamese fruits into the Indian market and expressed his wish that more Indian groups and investors will invest in Vietnam.

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (right) presents a gift to outgoing Indian Ambassador Parvathaneni Harish.

The Vietnamese Government will create favourable conditions for foreign investors, including those from India, he pledged.

Besides, Vietnam and India should beef up bilateral cooperation in national defence, the PM said.

He applauded Ambassador Parvathaneni’s trips to 26 Vietnamese cities and provinces to seek cooperation opportunities between localities of the two countries, thus promoting the bilateral relationship and people-to-people exchanges.

PM Phuc hoped that the ambassador, in any position, will make more significant contributions to the Vietnam-India relations.

For his part, Parvathaneni expressed his delight at the growth of two-way trade, which exceeded 10 billion USD in 2018, doubling the turnover recorded in 2016.

The diplomat also hoped for stronger trade ties between Vietnam and India, and the promotion of Vietnamese farm produce and fruits in the Indian market.

He affirmed India’s support for Vietnam as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council for the 2020-2021 term.

Source: VNA