KUALA LUMPUR, November 21. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev met today in Kuala Lumpur with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen tan dung. The heads of government discussed the implementation of the priorities established after the signing of the agreement on free trade zone between Vietnam and the Eurasian economic Union (EEU) and the issues of economic relations between the two countries.
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The Russian Prime Minister arrived for a meeting at the national Malaysian silk shirt “the Baja” light green color, decorated with elegant embroidery.
“I remember my recent visit to you, – he greeted the Premier of Vietnam. We’ve got very good memories and the results are very good. We will continue to discuss these issues”. “It’s nice when friends are common”, said Medvedev, noting that on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific economic cooperation /APEC/ in Manila met with President of Vietnam.
For his part, Nguyen tan dung noted that staff is developing bilateral cooperation between Russia and Vietnam. “In all fields very well, he said. – It is noteworthy that we signed a free trade agreement between Vietnam and the Eurasian economic Union. We efficiently perform the list of priorities”. Nguyen tan dung urged the two governments to prepare detailed orders for the next year and monitor their progress.
“I agree with you completely”, – said the Russian Prime Minister.