European businesses donate 40 billion VND of medical equipment to Vietnam

The European Business Association in Vietnam (Eurocham) provided medical equipment worth 40 billion VND to Vietnam when working with Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.

This support was mobilized from the contributions of businesses belonging to the European Business Association (Eurocham) and was given to the Ministry of Health during a meeting between Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and the ambassador and head of the Union Delegation. European Union (EU), ambassadors of EU countries, Eurocham and a number of European businesses in Vietnam at the government headquarters on the afternoon of September 9, according to a statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

French Ambassador (left) and Belgian ambassador at the meeting on the afternoon of September 9.  Photo: VGP.

French Ambassador (left) and Belgian ambassador at the meeting on the afternoon of September 9. Photo: VGP.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh highly appreciated the contributions of the European Union delegation, EU embassies in Vietnam, Eurocham and the EU business community to the development of Vietnam – EU relations, especially the EU. cooperation in economy, trade and investment, and thanked the EU and its member countries for their commitment to donate more than 10 million doses of vaccines and medical equipment to Vietnam.

The Prime Minister emphasized that the Vietnamese government is making efforts to implement many solutions to control and repel the epidemic.

Ambassadors and representatives of EU business leaders emphasized that the Vietnamese government’s measures to prevent epidemics, ensure production and safe circulation are on the right track, but expect the process to be implemented in localities. need to be more flexible, efficient, transparent, and timely handle situations arising at the facility.

The Prime Minister suggested that EU ambassadors and business communities in Vietnam continue to contribute to promoting the development of Vietnam-EU relations, and have a voice in promoting the ratification of the EU-Vietnam Security Agreement by parliaments and governments. Investment households (EVIPA) as soon as possible, supporting vaccines, transferring technology to produce vaccines and therapeutic drugs to Vietnam.

Vu Anh


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