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Representatives of Russian high-tech companies met with Vietnamese colleagues
Deputy Minister of Economic Development Alexei Likhachev led the work of a complex business mission to promote Russian high-tech exports to the Vietnamese market. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development.
“Over the past five years, this is the first such large-scale presentation of export-oriented Russian technologies in Vietnam, as a result of which substantive agreements have been reached on initiating projects in the field of navigation technologies, biotechnologies in agriculture, energy conservation and pharmaceuticals,” the Ministry of Economic Development notes. In particular, during the visit, an agreement was reached on cooperation between the Russian Agency for the Support of Small and Medium Business and the Trade Development Agency of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam.
The Russian delegation includes more than 25 Russian high-tech companies, including the State Corporation Rostec, NP GLONASS, representing information and space technologies, radio electronics, energy conservation, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, ecology, medical technologies, and new materials. The plenary meeting of the business mission, which took place in Hanoi, was attended by over 200 representatives of Vietnamese high-tech companies. The Russian delegation visited the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Academy of Sciences and Technology of Vietnam.
Alexey Likhachev also held meetings in leading Vietnamese ministries and departments, where they discussed the preparation of an agreement on the Vietnam-Eurasian Economic Union Free Trade Zone, the progress in the implementation of priority bilateral projects, including the supply of Russian mechanical engineering products, the prospects for the transition to settlements in national currencies and the first results of work to increase supplies of Vietnamese agricultural products to Russia. The parties paid special attention to the "flagship" project of the Ninh Thuan 1 NPP.