Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has suggested Hungary cooperate and support Vietnam in institution building and perfection, digital transformation, and personnel training to serve the judicial sector.
|Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and Hungarian Minister of Justice Bence Tuzson. (Photo: NDO/Tran Hai)
The host and guest noted with pleasure positive development steps of the Vietnam-Hungary relations across fields, including the judicial sector, especially after the two countries elevated their relationship to a comprehensive partnership on the occasion of the Hungary visit by General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong in 2018.
PM Chinh expressed his hope that the two sides will deepen the partnership in a more practical and effective way, and maintain their cooperation and mutual support at international organisations and multilateral forums, especially the United Nations (UN).
For his part, Tuzson noted his admiration for Vietnam’s outstanding development steps over the past time, and informed the PM about the outcomes of the talks with his Vietnamese counterpart Le Thanh Long, during which they agreed on orientations and solutions to boost cooperation between the two Ministries of Justice and signed a letter of intend on cooperation in personnel training.
PM Chinh emphasised that the Party and State of Vietnam always create conditions for ministries and agencies, including the Ministry of Justice, to tighten bilateral relations with the Hungarian Ministry of Justice in law and justice.
On this occasion, Tuzson conveyed the invitation of the Hungarian PM to PM Chinh to pay an official visit to Hungary. The host leader accepted the invitation with pleasure, and asked the minister to convey his invitation to the Hungarian PM to visit Vietnam.