(Construction) - On December 21, Minister of Construction Nguyen Thanh Nghi had worked with Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) Mr. Nishida Shoji and the delegation.
In 2023, Vietnam and Japan will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, and the two countries always strive to promote an extensive strategic partnership. Therefore, the two countries will further develop their cooperative relationship with more practical activities.
|Overview of the meeting|
Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi expressed his wish that MLIT and the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam would accompany and assist the Ministry of Construction in the fields that the Japanese side has experience, creating conditions for the Ministry of Construction to effectively implement its tasks.
|Delegates from Vietnamese and Japanese sides take a souvenir photo|
Responding to Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi, Deputy Minister Nishida Shoji said that Vietnam and Japan have had a good traditional relationship for many years. The MLIT and the Ministry of Construction also cooperated and developed many projects in the fields of urban development, real estate, housing, water supply and drainage, etc. The MLIT also sent the leading experts to support and share experiences for the Ministry of Construction.
At the meeting, the two ministries exchanged contents related to the projects that the two sides are cooperating and exchanged the issues of capacity building for staff; surveying the formation of smart city projects in Hanoi and Da Nang based on the support of the MLIT in order to soon modernize smart cities in Vietnam; improving management of real estate, apartment buildings and other related aspects.
At the end of the meeting, Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi affirmed that the Ministry of Construction would effectively and closely coordinate with the MLIT in all matters that both sides interested. In the coming time, the Ministry of Construction will try to speed up the signing of MOU with the MLIT about the discussed matters.
By Khanh Phuong