Addressing the meeting, which discussed trade and investment between Vietnam and RoK, Ninh expressed his appreciation for the results from a seminar held in Hanoi to deliberate free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations between the two sides.
He said he was pleased to see the strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries growing steadily and believed that both sides will further foster ties in coming years.
Kyonglim briefed Ninh on the results of the aforementioned seminar, saying that an FTA between Vietnam and RoK could not lean toward any one side. Therefore, practical suggestions are needed to help benefit both nations, he added.
To reach the two-way trade target of US$20 billion by 2015, relationship breakthroughs among firms from both nations are needed, he noted.