Hiroshima (VNA) – Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and a high-ranking delegation of Vietnam arrived at Hiroshima Airport on Might 19 afternoon, starting a three-day journey to attend
the expanded Summit of the Group of Seven (G7) and pay a working go to to Japan on the
invitation of his Japanese counterpart Kishida Fumio.
Welcoming PM Chinh and the Vietnamese delegation on the
airport had been Japanese Vice-Minister for International Affairs Yamada Kenji, Governor
of Hiroshima prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki, and Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan
Pham Quang Hieu, amongst others.
In keeping with the working agenda of the expanded G7 Summit, the
Vietnamese chief will attend three dialogue classes on the subjects of dealing with a number of crises, joint efforts for a sustainable
planet, and in the direction of a peaceable, secure and affluent world.
He’s scheduled to take part in actions associated to the G7 Partnership for International Infrastructure and Funding (PGII) initiative, and have bilateral
conferences with leaders of nations and worldwide organisations.
On the dialogue classes, and multilateral and bilateral
actions, the PM is anticipated to contribute to the
worldwide neighborhood in affiliation with Vietnam’s pursuits on many points,
particularly these associated to safety – growth, sustainable growth,
well being cooperation, local weather change response, the atmosphere, and power.
By way of these actions, PM Chinh will convey the message of Vietnam’s
dynamic growth, innovation, in depth and efficient worldwide
integration, proactive and accountable contributions to the widespread affairs of
the worldwide neighborhood, whereas defending and selling the reputable pursuits
of the nation.
Throughout the working go to to Japan, PM Chinh will maintain talks
along with his Japanese counterpart Kishida Fumio to debate bilateral cooperation,
in addition to regional and worldwide problems with mutual concern.
He’s set to
attend and ship a speech at a seminar with leaders of huge Japanese enterprises; obtain representatives of financial organisations, companies and massive enterprises of
Japan; and meet with representatives of the Vietnamese neighborhood and intellectuals in Japan.
The invitation of Vietnam to attend the expanded G7 Summit
by Japan, which is holding the rotating Presidency of the G7, demonstrates the
significance that the G7 generally and Japan particularly attaches to the
nation’s growing position within the area.
Vietnam is among the many eight international locations which were invited
by Japan to
the occasion. Notably, Vietnam is without doubt one of the two Southeast Asian visitor nations,
aside from Indonesia, which holds the ASEAN Chairmanship in 2023.
That is the third time Vietnamese leaders have attended the
summit, following their attendance in 2016 in Japan and in 2018 in Canada, and
the second time Vietnam has been invited as a single nation, not in its
capability as a consultant of an organisation or a gaggle of nations within the
As Vietnam and Japan are celebrating the fiftieth founding anniversary of diplomatic ties in 2023, PM Chinh’s journey to Japan is
anticipated to additional strengthen mutual belief and drive bilateral relations
ahead, significantly cooperation in focal areas similar to financial system, commerce,
new-generation ODA, prime quality infrastructure, inexperienced transformation and
power transition, in addition to promote coordination in regional and
worldwide problems with shared concern./.