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Romania Seeks Enhanced Partnership with Vietnam.

In Bucharest, Romanian Prime Minister Ion-Marcel Ciolacu aims for Romania to be Viet Nam’s main European gateway during talks with Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh. The leaders declare the talks a success, emphasizing their commitment to doubling trade exchanges to EUR€1 billion. PM Ciolacu invites Romanian companies in gas and electricity to partner with Vietnamese counterparts, focusing on agriculture and pharmaceuticals. Romania expresses gratitude for Viet Nam’s vaccine donation and proposes continued cooperation in technology transfer and investment. In education, Romania commits to maintaining Vietnamese students in its universities. The joint press conference outlines a shared vision for a strengthened partnership, highlighting both nations’ dedication to deepening ties across various sectors.

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