Hanoi-Moscow trade centre (Source: incentra)

Moscow (VNA) – The Hanoi-Moscow trade centre, part of the Hanoi-Moscow Complex (Incentra) was inaugurated in Moscow, Russia on December 19.

Vietnamese Ambassador to Russia Nguyen Thanh Son said the event manifests efforts made by Vietnamese people in Russia as well as the valuable and effective assistance of Russian authorities and people to Vietnam.

Stanislav Odinokov, a representative from the Russian administration, also hailed the fruitful economic cooperation between Vietnam and Russia and the inauguration of the trade centre.

Incentra was built in 2010 by INCENTRA JSC of Eurowindow Holding at a cost of nearly 240 million USD on an area of 40,000 sq.m.

The complex, housing a modern shopping mall and a 21-storey apartment-hotel building, was inaugurated in 2013.

A pagoda built after the One-Pillar Pagoda, one of Hanoi’s symbols, was also included in the complex.-VNA