Vietnam President on India visit next week
It’s a relationship that appears to be going from strength to strength.
So less than a month after India’s foreign minister S.M. Krishna was in Hanoi on a bilateral visit, New Delhi is now readying itself for the arrival of Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang, who will be here next week.
The visit is being seen as an important one given the close ties between the two countries which were described as “acquiring momentum, greater depth” by India’s foreign ministry spokesperson as recently in September. Indeed, in 2007 the two countries had inked a strategic partnersip agreement.
And with India’s firmly focused on its “Look East” policy, Vietnam was described as an “important pillar, a vital pillar, a key pillar” of this policy by the spokesperson.
Vietnam President to visit Sri Lanka
Oct 01, Colombo: President of Vietnam Truong Tan Sang will accompany a high powered business delegation when he makes a state visit to Sri Lanka in the second week of October.
The visiting President will address a Sri Lanka -Vietnam Business Forum that will be followed by a ‘business matchmaking’ session on October 14 in Colombo, Sri Lanka – Vietnam Business Council said in a statement.
According to the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce to which, the Sri Lanka – Vietnam Business Council belongs, said the visiting Vietnam business delegation is interested in setting up several joint ventures.