Hanoi ready to connect Vietnamese, Finnish firms

08:58 | 15/11/2017 Cooperation

At a meeting in Hanoi early this month for Finnish Ambassador to Vietnam Kari Kahiluoto, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung affirmed that the capital city is willing to host networking events as well as investment and technology transfer promotion activities for Vietnamese and Finnish businesses.

Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung (R) receives Finnish Ambassador to Vietnam Kari Kahiluoto

The Hanoi People’s Committee Chairman expressed his pleasure at the growing friendship and cooperative ties between the two countries.

He revealed that Hanoi is calling for domestic and foreign investments in waste treatment.

For his part, Finnish Ambassador Kari Kahiluoto hoped Vietnam and Finland would cooperate in the fields of supplying clean water and producing renewable energy and electricity from waste.

Chairman Chung added that Hanoi also aims to supply clean water for all rural areas from 2016 to 2020 and promote energy-saving programs such as encouraging people to use renewable energy, upgrading the lighting system, and improving the air environment and lakes across the city,

Chung said he will attend an event to grow 100 trees on November 25 as proposed by the Finnish Embassy on the occasion of Finland’s 100th Independence Day.

Xuan Phu