During the meeting, Thuong emphasized that Vietnam is highly committed to strengthening and advancing its relationship with China. The Vietnamese Party, State, and its people consistently prioritize the consolidation and growth of Vietnam-China relations as a strategic decision and a paramount focus in their foreign policy.
He advised both parties to deepen the core aspects in order to strengthen the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between Vietnam and China. This can be achieved by increasing exchanges and meetings at various levels, as well as fostering practical cooperation with a particular emphasis on developing sustainable and balanced economic and trade relations.
He emphasized the importance of encouraging the importation of goods, particularly Chinese importation of Vietnamese agricultural products, in order to generate tangible advantages for farmers and consumers in both countries. Additionally, he suggested that the two nations should enhance transportation connectivity, expedite the allocation of Chinese aid funds to Vietnam, and collaborate on resolving obstacles hindering various cooperative initiatives.
Thuong also proposed a collaborative effort between both parties to establish favorable circumstances for the progressive development of bilateral relations. This would involve strengthening communication efforts to foster friendship and organizing additional people-to-people exchange initiatives. The aim is to provide the citizens, particularly the youth, with a more profound and comprehensive understanding of the longstanding friendship shared between the two nations.
The leader of Vietnam has emphasized the need for both sides to work together in order to effectively manage and resolve disputes at sea. This includes respecting each other's lawful interests in accordance with international law, particularly the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). Furthermore, it is essential for relevant nations to collaborate in transforming the East Sea into a peaceful, friendly, cooperative, and prosperous region.
Xi expressed his unwavering commitment to prioritizing Vietnam in China's foreign policy and emphasized their support for Vietnam's impressive progress in industrialization and modernization.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong's visit to the Friendship International Border Gate has been highly regarded and valued by China. This visit serves as a testament to the significance that the Vietnamese Party and State place on the bilateral relations between Vietnam and China.
Xi has committed to boosting the frequency of delegations exchanged between the two parties in order to strengthen mutual understanding and solidify political trust.
Emphasizing the importance of practical cooperation and its mutual benefits, Xi expressed China's willingness to support and enhance imports of various goods from Vietnam. This includes a focus on agricultural products as well as industrial and manufacturing products.
He emphasized the importance of linking the Belt and Road Initiative with the "Two corridors, One Belt" framework, and encouraged both parties to establish concrete cooperation plans. Furthermore, he called for increased strategic collaboration in infrastructure development and transportation connectivity, as well as knowledge sharing on restructuring state-owned enterprises.
Both leaders emphasized the significance of enhancing interactions between individuals, as well as effectively resolving and managing conflicts in order to promote peace and stability both at sea and within the region.
In addition to their deliberations, they also addressed numerous global and local matters that were of shared interest. Furthermore, there was a unanimous consensus to actively strive towards fostering peace, collaboration, and advancement within both the region and the global community.