India, Vietnam for peaceful Indo-Pacific region on basis of respect for national sovereignty: Naidu


Hanoi, May 10 India and Vietnam on Friday reiterated the importance of building a peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific region on the basis of respect for national sovereignty and international law as Vice President Venkaiah Naidu held talks with his Vietnamese counterpart on a range of bilateral and multilateral cooperation.

Naidu, who is in the Southeast Asian country for a four-day official visit, said the two countries have a strong bilateral relationship based on mutual trust, understanding, convergence of views on regional and international issues.

“I am very happy to be visiting Vietnam, a civilisational friend and trusted partner, a strategic pillar of India’s Act East Policy and our key interlocutor in ASEAN,” Naidu said. Read More

 

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