September 07, 2016

State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi held separate talks with foreign leaders in Laos

NZ 72STATE Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi held talks with the Prime Ministers of Viet Nam, Japan and New Zealand at the National Convention Centre in Vientiane, Laos separately.
In her meeting with the Vietnamese Prime Minister Mr. Nguyen Xuan Phuc, the State Counsellor and the Vietnamese leader discussed matters related to Vietnamese investment plans in Myanmar’s communication, banking, financial and tourism sectors, operating new flights between Myanmar and Viet Nam and further cooperation and relations between the two countries.
The Vietnamese PM invited the President and the State Counsellor to visit Viet Nam and requested Myanmar to understand Vietnam’s stance in regional and international arenas. Next, the State Counsellor met with Japanese Prime Minister Mr. Shinzo Abe and held talks on Japanese assistance to Myanmar’s agriculture sector and poverty alleviation efforts, development undertakings to be carried out in the country’s regions and states with the help of Japanese assistance and cooperation in development of the country’s electricity and energy sectors.
During the meeting the Japanese PM expressed his support for Myanmar’s reforms, development programmes and the 21st Century Panglong Union Peace Conference and pledged to increase sector-wise investments in Myanmar.
The Japanese leader also invited the President and the State Counsellor to visit Japan.   In the afternoon, the State Counsellor held talks with New Zealand Prime Minister Mr. John Key on bilateral cooperation in development of agriculture and livestock breeding, education and health sectors and private-public partnership.—Myanmar News Agency


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