May 23, 2024 | 18:30 GMT+7

Deputy PM Le Minh Khai attends the 29th Future of Asia Forum

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The Deputy PM proposes three assurances and three enhancements for Asia’s future development.

 Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai (R) at the forum  (Photo: VGP)
Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai (R) at the forum (Photo: VGP)

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai proposed three assurances and three enhancements for Asia’s future development and strengthened roles while addressing the 29th Future of Asia Forum in Tokyo, Japan, on May 23, the Government News has reported.

The three assurances include a peaceful and stable environment as the premise for cooperation and development; benefits of free trade and investment distributed widely and equally among countries; and common challenges addressed by embracing international cooperation, multilateralism, inclusiveness and comprehensiveness.

The three enhancements include enhancing and reinforcing the adaptability and resilience of the economies and businesses; promoting the effectiveness of resource utilization to bolster new growth engines in green economy and digital economy; and fostering B2B cooperation, people-to-people exchanges, and cultural and tourism exchanges.

He shared that Vietnam is entering a new stage of development with the vision of becoming a developed country by 2045. To this end, Vietnam focuses on implementing three strategic breakthroughs in economic institutions, infrastructure, and human resources, as well as has been determined to build an independent and self-reliant economy while engaging in international integration in an active, extensive, substantive, and effective manner.

He stressed that Vietnam committed to creating favorable conditions for and protecting the legal and legitimate rights and interests of enterprises and investors who are engaging in long-term, effective, and sustainable operation in the country.

The Vietnamese Government will always work with businesses and investors in the coming journey to together solve challenges, turn risks into opportunities, and achieve rapid and sustainable progress, he said.

As an inseparable member whose journey and destiny are closely intertwined with the “larger Asian family”, it is Vietnam’s responsibility to contribute to regional peace, stability, and development, he said, highlighting the country wishes to further harness its role as “a good friend, a reliable partner, and a responsible member” of the region and international community.

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