Vietnam, active and responsible member at AIIB

15:03 | 17/09/2018 Finance - Banking

Vietnam is an active member and has an important voice at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), said AIIB Vice President Joachim von Amsberg at a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung in Hanoi on September 11.

Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung (R) and AIIB Vice President Joachim von Amsberg at the meeting in Hanoi - Photo: VGP

Joachim von Amsberg said that the AIIB appreciated the participation of the State Bank of Vietnam in AIIB governance and suggested that Vietnam continue to play an active and responsible role in activities of the AIIB in the future.

Vietnamese Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung expressed his delight at the AIIB Vice President's visit to Vietnam and his participation in the 2018 World Economic Forum on ASEAN.

The Deputy PM congratulated the AIIB on its achievements after three years’ of establishment while affirming that as one of the founder members of the AIIB, Vietnam pledges to be a reliable and reputable member of the bank in order to make more contributions to the effective operations of the bank.

The government official noted that the AIIB's supply of financial services for infrastructure development without requiring government guarantees is suitable with Vietnam's policy and capital mobilisation orientation.

Joachim von Amsberg said that the bank is interested in supporting several specific infrastructure development projects in Vietnam.

Deputy PM Dung added that the Vietnamese Government will ask concerned ministries and sectors to work more closely with the AIIB to reach a concrete agreement soon, thereby building a model for projects funded by the AIIB in Vietnam.

Theo NDO