On September 19th, the delegation visited the Parliament House and attended the hearing of the Victorian Senate. At the session, the delegation monitored and learned the way to raise, discuss and explain concerned issues as well as make policies to serve the people.
The delegation held a working session with Mr. Philip Dalidakis, Minister of Trade and Investment along with Minister of Innovation and Digital Technology, Minister for Small Business of Victorian Government.
At the working session, Mr. Philip Dalidakis informed the situation of the socio-economic development, exchanged experiences about the Parliament’s operation and issues of Victoria.
He pledged to try his best to serve as a bridge between Ha Noi and Melbourne, Victoria in fostering the socio-economic development and cultural exchanges.
He also congratulated Ha Noi on hosting the Formula One racing in 2020.
On behalf of the delegation, Chairwoman of the Municipal People’s Council Nguyen Thi Bich Ngoc expressed her sincere thanks for the support of Vitoria and Melbourne and hoped that the two sides will have more discuss to enhance friendly, equal and effective cooperation in future.
Delegates visit the University of RMIT
The delegation had a working session with the University of RMIT which has two campuses located in Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City. The two sides exchanged cooperation plans and programs on educating students, officials between Ha Noi and the University of RMIT.
The delegation works with Vietnamese Business Association in Australia.
In the framework of the visit, the delegation had a working session with the Vietnamese Business Association in Australia. Mr. Tran Ba Phuc, member of the Viet Nam Fatherland Front Committee, Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese Businessmen Association in foreign countries, said that entrepreneurs have had significant contributions to building the Capital and the country as well as a number of fields, such as education and training, urban construction order, trees, living environment, promotion and attraction of international visitors, agricultural product promotion, etc.
The delegation at the Parliament House of Victoria.
Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Bich Ngoc gave brief information about the socio-economic development, innovations, administrative reform, investment environment improvement, social welfare assurance as well as opportunities, challenges of Ha Noi Capital and Viet Nam.
She lauded the heart and love for the home country of Vietnamese people in Australia and expected the Vietnamese Business Association in Australia to continue serving as a bridge to call for enterprises, economic organization and overseas Vietnamese to invest into Viet Nam, contributing to developing more civilized and prosperous country.