Dô Hùng Viêt, Assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, held a working session with Colm Brophy, Minister of State at the Irish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on 4 July.
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Assistant to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dô Hùng Viêt (right) held a working session with Colm Brophy, Minister of State at the Irish Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 4 July.
Both sides expressed satisfaction with the progress of Vietnam-Ireland relations in several areas, including bilateral trade of US$4.7 billion in 2021, despite COVID-19.
Cole Brophy said he appreciated the effective implementation of Irish-funded development assistance projects in the Vietnamese territories and reaffirmed his desire to strengthen cooperation with Vietnam in political, diplomatic and multilateral arenas in areas of mutual benefit and potential.
The two countries agreed to strengthen political-economic ties, expand cooperation in priority areas such as climate change adaptation, renewable energy, high-tech agriculture, innovation, development cooperation, education and training, and strengthen coordination between the two foreign ministries.
The two sides also discussed international and regional issues of common concern.
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