Sunday, May 19, 2024
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During his two-day official visit to Vietnam, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese held a significant meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart, Pham Minh Chinh, symbolising a growing partnership between the two nations.

Albanese announced a commitment of AUD 105 million (approximately $69.5 million) to support Vietnam’s climate change efforts, demonstrating Australia’s confidence in Vietnam’s environmental strategy. This move underscores Vietnam’s importance in the global conversation on climate resilience.

The Australian leader also revealed plans to extend a collaborative programme with Vietnam’s national science agency. This partnership will fuel joint scientific endeavours and commercialisation in areas such as applied agriculture, indicating Vietnam’s potential as a hub for scientific innovation.

As Australia and Vietnam celebrate their 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties, the nations are deepening their connections. Australia, Vietnam’s seventh-largest trading partner, and Vietnam, ranking 10th for Australia, have both shown a firm commitment to their shared future.


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