Vietnam, China agree on peaceful settlement of maritime disputes The Saigon Times Daily China’s Premier Li Keqiang and Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (R) review honor guards during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China on September 12 – PHOTO: REUTERS HCMC – Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang have agreed measures to settle East Sea differences and disputes by peaceful means to avoid leaving negative impact on the Vietnam-China comprehensive strategic partnership. During their talks at the Great Hall of the People following the welcoming ceremony outside the hall in Beijing on September 12, Phuc and Li concurred that the two countries will work together to maintain and promote the Vietnam-China friendship, respect each other, enhance strategic exchanges and political trust, and step up cooperation for mutual benefits. The two leaders briefed each other about the recent situations in their respective country, discussing key issues in bilateral ties, and reaching a consensus on deepening the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries. Vietnam will continue boosting comprehensive and synchronous reforms; and industrialization, modernization and international integration; and realizing the set goals of macro-economic stability, economic growth,…
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