May 08, 2013 11:48
Medvedev, Vietnamese PM to meet in Moscow on May 14
MOSCOW May 8 (Interfax) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev will have negotiations with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Tan Dung in Moscow on May 14.
"Dmitry Medvedev and Nguyen Tan Dung will discuss the key issues of bilateral relations with an emphasis on trade-economic and investment cooperation," the government press service said in a report received by Interfax on Wednesday.
Special attention will be given to issues relating to negotiations on the signing of the agreement on a free trade zone between the countries of the Customs Union (Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan) and Vietnam, and also the implementation of joint energy and industrial projects.
The Vietnamese prime minister will pay an official visit to Moscow on May 12-15.
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