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Vietnam-India Strategic Partnership enhanced

24 October 2014

PM Nguyen Tan Dung’s upcoming official visit to India aims to accelerate the strategic partnership, focusing on economics and expanding cooperation in such fields as science-technology, culture-education, tourism and aviation.

The visit will include the exchange of viewpoints on issues of international and regional concerns.

PM Nguyen Tan Dung and his spouse will pay an official visit to India from October 27-29 at the invitation of Indian PM Narendra Modi.

Viet Nam and India have strengthened their strategic affiliation in politics, economics, national security, science-technology, culture and education.

India attaches importance to the relations with Viet Nam and regards Viet Nam as the crucial pillar in its Look East policy.

The two sides have regularly exchanged high-ranking delegations with the latest to Vietnam made by President Pranab Mukherjee in September this year.

The countries' two-way trade turnover grew 16% annually over the past five years. In 2013, it reached US$5.23 billion, up 30% compared to 2012. It is expected to hit US$15 billion by 2020.

India has so far invested in 78 projects worth more than US$254 million in Viet Nam, ranking 30th among the nations and territories investing in the country.

India is assisting Viet Nam in training human resources in fields of information technology, economics and English and soon opens an India Culture Center in Ha Noi.

The two countries have closely cooperated and supported each other at international and regional forums.
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