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March, 15 2014 10:36:00

Viet Nam, Uzbekistan agree to boost trade

eputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Binh Minh meets with Murad Askarov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan in Ha Noi.— Photo VGP

HA NOI (VNS)— Viet Nam and Uzbekistan have discussed concrete measures to boost co-operation in various fields during an ongoing political consultation at the deputy foreign ministerial level event in Ha Noi.

During the event organised between March 12 and 15, both countries agreed to intensify economic-trade co-operation and increase their collaboration in fields, such as oil and gas, textile and garments. — VNS

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