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President in a meeting with the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam:

A new chapter in Tehran-Hanoi ties to begin/Improving banking relations to accelerate economic cooperation

President Rouhani met with the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Nguyễn Phú Trọng and said that the Vietnam visit and the meeting of high-ranking delegations of Iran and Vietnam will begin a new chapter in Tehran-Hanoi ties.

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In the meeting that was held on Thursday, Dr Rouhani said: “The groundwork is laid for further development of ties between the two countries, especially in the post-JCPOA era and improved banking relations accelerates economic cooperation”.
“Private sectors of Iran and Vietnam are willing to promote relations and development of ties in fields of energy, modern technologies, banking, agriculture and fishery will be emphasised,” he continued.
Saying that Iran has good experience in technical and engineering field, he added: “Banking relations should be promoted along with political and economic ties. Preferential and free trade afterwards can be a good ground for boosting economic ties to the benefit of the two nations and the region”.
Voicing Iran’s readiness to hold the 9th meeting of the joint economic commission of the two countries, he said: “We are also ready to cement ties with Vietnam in science and culture, as well as academic and research centres”.
On the common viewpoints by the two countries in regional and international issues, Dr Rouhani said: “The Islamic Republic of Iran’s foreign policy is based on independence and opposes any interference by third-party countries”.
In the same meeting, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Nguyễn Phú Trọng also referred to amicable and old bonds between the two countries and said: “Hanoi attached great weight to ties with Tehran”.
“These relations should be developed in all fields of mutual interest, including educational, scientific, agricultural and technical ones,” he continued

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