VOV.VN - The impending visit by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi from September 10 to September 12 for the 13th meeting of the China-Vietnam Steering Committee for Bilateral Cooperation is designed to promote the comprehensive strategic co-operative partnership between both sides.
The information was released by Doan Khac Viet, deputy spokesperson for the Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs, during a regular press conference held by the Ministry on September 9 in Hanoi.
The visit of Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, which is made following the invitations of Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh and Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son, aims to continue to strengthen the Vietnam-China comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership for the interest of two nations’ people and for peace, stability, cooperation and development of the region and the world, he said.
The visit takes place amid relations between both sides continuing to maintain the trend of development and co-operation across various fields, whilst enjoying remarkable progress.
The two sides will discuss a number of regional and international issues of mutual concern, along with a range of measures aimed at further ramping up co-operation moving forward.
During the the visit, Foreign Minister Yi will co-chair the 13th meeting of the China-Vietnam Steering Committee for Bilateral Cooperation with Deputy PM Minh, hold talks with Foreign Minister Son, and pay courtesy visits to Vietnamese senior leaders.
Regarding the 13th session of the Steering Committee, Viet said that during the annual meeting between the two countries' leaders as well as representatives of agencies and departments, will discuss a broad array of measures and issues relating to the bilateral relationship in order to deal with shortcomings and difficulties towards carrying forward the joint relationship.
Their discussions will also focus on co-operation in COVID-19 prevention and control, including support for vaccines as well as medical supplies and equipment, Viet added.