Key contents of the document included educating younger generations about the friendship and solidarity among the three countries, boosting cooperation among young businesses and entrepreneurs, and encouraging local youths to start their own businesses for sustainable development.
The statement also highlighted the sharing of experience, introduction of successful business models and development of voluntary forces for community social security, among others.
According to the document, a youth centre will be developed in the CLV Development Triangle Area to provide training and a venue for cultural exchange and voluntary activities for regional young people.
The forum was held as part of the CLV Development Triangle Area Joint Coordination Committee’s 11th meeting, which runs from December 15 to 19.
The CLV Development Triangle Area was established in 1999, covering 13 provinces, including four from Cambodia, four from Laos and five from Vietnam.