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Foreign Minister Nguyen Dy Nien calls for further ASEM economic co-operation


(VNA): Vietnamese Foreign Minister Nguyen Dy Nien identified opportunities for and challenges to Asia-Europe co-operation and emphasised the need to tap potentials for further co-operation, especially in economics.

The FM made the remarks during the seventh Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Foreign Ministers' Meeting that closed in Kyoto, Japan, on May 7.

The two-day meeting drew 38 FMs and the Commissioner for External Relations of the European Commission, who focused discussions on economic, political and socio-cultural issues. The participants spoke highly of ASEM's increasingly important role in the international arena and stressed the necessity of enhancing Asia-Europe dialogues and co-operation to combat international terrorism, prevent the wide spread of weapons of mass destruction and trans-national crime and help settle regional issues, such as the reconstruction of Iraq and the Middle East issue.

The ministers emphasised the role of sustainable development in reaching the millennium development goals. They said that special attention needed to be paid to the balance between economic development, environmental protection and the use of energy.

The participants also discussed the operation mechanism of ASEM, agreed to set up the electronic Secretariat to run ASEM's operation and worked out priority fields for co-operation from now until 2006. During the meeting, five initiatives were approved relating to human resources development, education-training and the environment.

The ministers adopted the chairman's statement at the closing of the meeting.

On the sidelines of the meeting, FM Nien met with his Chinese and Japanese counterparts, the Lao Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, and head delegates of France, Sweden, Spain, Finland, Denmark, Hungary and the Commissioner for External Relations of the European Commission.

 
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