The Lao PM asked the two Government Offices to continue working hand in hand in experience sharing and personnel training in order to provide good consultancy for their Governments and Prime Ministers.
He said he hopes that Vietnam will share with his nation its experience in developing e-Government and suggested the Government Offices work together in building a project regarding the field.
Dung, for his part, suggested the two offices should work closely with ministries and localities in their respective countries with a major focus on cooperation to support the Governments and Prime Ministers in steering work.
After reviewing their organization of the implementation of agreements of the two countries’ leaders as well as cooperative projects, they consented to maintain meetings and relations between the offices’ leaders to improve their consultancy service.
Minister Mai Tien Dung and his Lao counterpart Phet Phomphiphak signed the minutes on cooperation plan for 2020-2021 between the two Government Offices after their talks.
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