Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau - ASEAN-Canada relations more and more cohesive.

Looking back on the relations between the two countries over the past time, the two sides said that political trust has deepened through maintaining high-level contacts and exchanges; economic-trade-investment cooperation is expanded; cooperation in education, tourism and cultural exchange is increasingly strengthened.

Towards the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 2023, the two sides agreed to promote high-level visits to unify the orientation to bring Vietnam-Canada relations into depth, efficiency and substance.

In addition to cooperation on economy-trade-investment and education-training, the two leaders agreed to promote cooperation in areas such as combating climate change and promoting gender equality; Addressing global challenges such as food security, energy security, cybersecurity…

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh asked Canada to support Vietnam in the field of energy, digital transformation and green transformation; sharing experiences in technology, governance, institutional improvement and especially training high-quality human resources; affirmed that it welcomes Canadian businesses to invest in Vietnam; wishing Canada to open its market further to Vietnamese goods, especially agriculture and fisheries, and provide more scholarships to Vietnamese students.

The Prime Minister also asked the Government of Canada to be interested in helping more than 240,000 Vietnamese living, working and studying in Canada.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau agreed with the proposals and said the Indo-Pacific Strategy that Canada is about to announce will cover many areas of common interest of the two countries such as promoting innovation, green technology, clean technology, digital technology, etc. human resource training.