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PM meets with Vietnamese businessmen, intellectuals in Australia

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc expressed his delights over the increasing role the Vietnamese Business Association in Australia (VBAA) in the host nation as well as its significant contributions to promoting bilateral economic ties

He made the statement during a meeting with the Vietnamese entrepreneurs on March 17 in Sydney, Australia, which formed part of his visit to the country and his participation in the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit.

The Vietnamese Government, ministries and localities always create favourable conditions for the Vietnamese expats, he said, hoping that they will educate the younger generations there to turn their hearts to the homeland.

He said that the Australian leaders all committed to facilitating conditions for the Vietnamese people there to have a stable life andbusiness.

VBAA President Tran Ba Phuc, for his part, said that the Vietnamese businesses have proactively popularised Vietnamese agricultural products in Australia
He showed his delights over the strategic partnership between Vietnam and Australia as it means the Vietnamese community will grasp more interest and support from the Australian Government.

He affirmed that the Vietnamese people in Australia will continue efforts to develop the homeland.

The same day, PM Phuc met with representatives from the club of Vietnamese scientists living in Australia’s Queensland state, in which he noted that the club establishment has crucial roles in bolstering cooperation between the two countries.

He wished that the intellectuals will bring home the latest knowledge and technology to contribute to the national construction.