- Saturday, September 23, 2017 2:07 PM
New York, 23 September 2017 (MIA) - During his stay at the United Nations General Assembly, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev met with the Deputy Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Pham Bình Minh.
The Government's press service informed that Zaev and Pham discussed deepening economic cooperation and how the 90 million strong market of Vietnam can be accessed by Macedonian companies, while Macedonia can be used by Vietnamese companies interested in accessing the European Union market.
"The future of the Republic of Macedonia is in NATO and the European Union, but we are interested to cooperate with all countries and to build partnerships with countries - friends of Macedonia, to advance our economic development and to open jobs for Macedonian citizens", Zaev said. The Government press service said that Deputy Prime Minister Pham saw Macedonia as an interesting country for Vietnam and expressed interest to increase economic cooperation, as well as to provide scholarships for educational exchange.cc/14:07
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