The signing ceremony of the RCEP marks the beginning of one of the largest free trade agreements in the world The unexpected COVID-19 pandemic has done much to upset Vietnam's 2018 and 2019 preparations for taking ASEAN's chairmanship role this year. While all member states focused resources on protecting their people, the question was whether or not nations would, or could, continue with the commitments to pursue the long-term goals of developing the ASEAN Community. "Vietnam has to find ways to adapt and has switched plans to properly meet what ASEAN countries need. So we have turned our priorities to fighting COVID-19," said Nguyen Quoc Dung, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. "Moreover, we also didn't want to abandon all of the works that regional countries have built and to interrupt community-building efforts, so we have continued to come up with initiatives to maintain the process of building the ASEAN Community." "The workload has become 2-3 times heavier than before but fortunately, we have made efforts since early this year to accomplish the responsibilities," he added. Never has ASEAN witnessed the signing of a record number of cooperation agreements laying firm groundwork for the bloc to develop in the new decade… Read full this story
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