President Ram Nath Kovind addressed the Vietnam national Assembly house on third and final day of his Vietnam tour, this morning. Full range of bilateral and multilateral cooperation was also discussed during the bilateral talks by presidents of both the countries. Several MoUs were also signed by both nations.
According to reports that President Ram Nath Kovind is the first Indian President who addressed the national assembly of Vietnam today. While addressing the Assembly he said, India has created new dimension of development over the last few years. President also had bilateral talks with his Vietnamee counterpart Nguyen Phu Trong.
Both sides reiterated the importance of building a peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific region. They agreed to further strengthen bilateral cooperation in defence, atomic energy, space, science and technology, oil and gas, infrastructure, agriculture and innovation-based sectors. MoUs were also signed in the fields of communications, education and trade and investment.
Today evening President will leave for Australia as part of his second leg of his ongoing week long two nation visit.