Vietnamese PM visits Germany

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his wife this early morning led a high- ranking delegation to visit Germany on the invitation of Germany’s Chancellor Angela Dorothea Merkel and participate in G20 summit.

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his wife visit Germany. (Photo:VNA)

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his wife visit Germany. (Photo:VNA)

The friendly and comprehensive cooperation relations between Vietnam and Germany has achieved good results since the two nations officially established the diplomatic ties in September 23, 1975.

Presently, Germany is the biggest European trade partner of Vietnam, accounting for nearly 20 percent of the exports to the EU and becomes an important entrance gateway of Vietnamese cargoes to other markets in Europe.

This year’s G20 summit under theme of 'Shaping an interconnected world' will take place in Hamburg, Germany on July 7- 8.

Its content will focus on Building Resilience – Improving Sustainability – Assuming Responsibility

As host country of APEC 2017, Vietnam was invited to take part in conferences and meetings within the framework of G20 summit, discuss at its relevant meetings and contribute ideas for drafting the common statement of the summit

G20 summit is considered as a forum for the international cooperation  from 20 major economies founded in 1999, aiming to discuss policy issues relating to the world economic growth, international trade and the regulation of financial markets.

BY THAO NGA- Translated by Huyen Huong

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