Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion has announced that his country will provide C$15 million ($11.6 million) to help small- and medium-sized enterprises in Việt Nam reduce greenhouse gas emissions. — Photo laodongthudo.vn HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam wishes to enhance multi-faceted co-operation with Canada and further promote bilateral relations practically and effectively, said President Trần Đại Quang. Quang made the statement yesterday while receiving Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion, who is on an official visit to Việt Nam. Praising the recent development in bilateral ties across many fields, Quang spoke highly of Canada's commitment to continue offering Official Development Assistance to Việt Nam and to continue supporting Việt Nam in areas of Canada's strengths, such as poverty reduction, food safety and coping with climate change. He thanked Canada for its financial assistance worth US$11.6 million, which was announced during the Canadian diplomat's visit, to help Việt Nam fight against climate change. The President said he wished the Canadian Parliament would soon approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), creating conditions to promote high-standard free trade in the region. He proposed that the two countries expand people-to-people exchanges and co-operation in the areas of national defence, security, crime prevention and control, and education… Read full this story
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