PM Chinh highlighted Kerry's heartfelt sentiments towards the country and people of Vietnam, as well as his responsibility and enduring contributions to Vietnam-U.S. relations over the past years.
He also praised Kerry for his role in building the two-Party consensus in the U.S. in supporting the relationship with Vietnam, especially the settlement of war consequences – part of the process of reconciliation and trust-building between the people of the two countries.
Vietnam consistently pursues a foreign policy of independence, self-reliance, peace, friendship, cooperation, development, multilateralization and diversification of relations, and being a good friend and a reliable partner of countries worldwide, and an active, responsible member of the international community, the PM affirmed.
During the process, Vietnam always considers the U.S. a leading important partner, and wants to work together with the U.S. to promote the bilateral ties on the basis of respect for each other's political institutions and in a stable, effective and substantive manner, for peace, stability, cooperation and development in the region and the world, he continued.
PM Chinh also appreciated the U.S.'s policy to support a strong, independent and prosperous Vietnam.
He told Kerry that during the three-day stay in Washington D.C., he and the Vietnamese high-ranking delegation attended the ASEAN-U.S. Special Summit and held practical working sessions with President Joe Biden and senior officials of the U.S. administration and Congress, representatives from Vietnamese and U.S. businesses, experts and scholars.
The two sides agreed to deepen the Vietnam-U.S. comprehensive partnership in major spheres, from politics-diplomacy to economy-trade, national defense-security, education-training, science-technology and people-to-people exchange, he said.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been brought under control in Vietnam, partially thanks to vaccines provided by international friends, including the U.S., the PM said, noting that at the ASEAN-U.S. Special Summit, he suggested the U.S. support the ten-member bloc in assessing post-pandemic impacts, covering people's health and spirit.
For his part, Kerry reiterated the U.S.'s consistent view of attaching importance to its comprehensive partnership with Vietnam and supporting the country's proactive and practical role in the region, and in responding to global issues, including climate change.
Expressing his special sentiments towards and impression on the country and people of Vietnam, Kerry promised that in any position, he will strongly back and work to promote the Vietnam-U.S. relations.
The envoy also affirmed the U.S. President's resolve to boost global efforts to prevent rising global temperature in the next five years.
Kerry said when he was Secretary of State, he paid due attention to cooperation in climate change response and energy transition in Vietnam, and had made visits to the country to discuss this issue.
In this regard, PM Chinh said Vietnam has seen climate change response a key, urgent matter that offers both challenges and opportunities for the country to shift towards a green, sustainable growth model.
Though being a developing nation, Vietnam has joined commitments by developed countries to cutting gas emissions, he said, stressing that these efforts need great support from international partners in the principle of equality and justice, including the grant of preferential credit loans with streamlined administrative procedures.
Lauding the U.S. administration's efforts to promote global efforts in climate change response, PM Chinh suggested the U.S. continue its coordination with and assistance to Vietnam in terms of resources and finance, especially preferential loans, infrastructure, technology and personnel training.
The Vietnamese government welcomes the engagement of enterprises under the public-private partnership (PPP) and creates the best possible conditions for foreign investors to cooperate with Vietnamese ministries, agencies and businesses in energy transition, he said.
Vietnam prefers any method of energy transition and gas emission that would benefit businesses and people most, he emphasized.
Kerry said he was impressed by Vietnam's commitments at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), as well as its approach in energy transition and climate change response, and believed that the international community also supports the country in the process with many financial sources.
He stressed that the U.S. government and he himself will further closely coordinate with Vietnamese ministries and agencies, and stand ready to provide assistance as much as possible to help the country develop renewable energy, reduce gas emissions and consolidate its infrastructure in a sustainable way.
Many major enterprises in the world and in the U.S. are interested in and willing to invest in and join the energy transition in Vietnam, he noted, suggesting the country make the best use of this opportunity.
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