Hungary willing to share e-government building experience with VN hinh anh 1National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan (R) meets Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – Hungary is willing to share its experience in building e-government with Vietnam, said visiting Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at a meeting with National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan in Hanoi on September 25.

The top Vietnamese legislator stated that Vietnam always attaches great importance to consolidating and developing ties with traditional friends in the Central and Eastern Europe, with Hungary being a priority.

Expressing her delight at the growing friendship and cooperation between the two countries over the past 67 years, she lauded the successful talks between the PMs of Vietnam and Hungary, with many agreement signed.

The two sides discussed effective and practical measures to boost the Vietnam-Hungary cooperation, especially in trade, investment, and development cooperation, she noted, expressing her hope that the Hungarian PM’s visit will create a new momentum for the bilateral partnership to develop to match potential of the two nations.
She pledged that Vietnam is completing its legal framework and will regularly supervise the implementation of signed deals between the two Governments, thus contributing to further bolstering bilateral ties.

NA Chairwoman Ngan also took the occasion to thank the Hungarian Government for providing preferential loans for Vietnam to build the Can Tho Oncology Hospital, meeting demands of about 20 million people in the Mekong Delta region and improving high quality human resources for the country’s health sector.

Besides, Hungary has also decided to double the number of scholarships for Vietnamese students, she noted.

The Hungarian PM declared that Hungary will help Vietnam build the Can Tho Oncology Hospital with the best quality.

He spoke highly of the Vietnamese community in Hungary, who always respect the law of the host country. With about 3,000 Vietnamese people who used to live and study in Hungary, Vietnam is considered one of the important partners of the European country in the region.

PM Viktor Orban said many Hungarian businesses accompanying him during this visit are interested in seeking investment opportunities in Vietnam.

Hungary hopes for closer ties with Vietnam in areas of Vietnam’s demand, including water supply, wastewater treatment and agriculture, he said.-VNA