At the event, the sides agreed to implement their signed cooperation pact for 2022-2023 in these fields, with a focus on promoting networking among investors, proposing support policies for enterprises, and improving the quality of tourism products, among others.
They said they will boost their management of foreign workers; team up in high-quality vocational training; and exchange information on socio-economic development and experience on trans-national crime fight.
Earlier, the localities signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in these sectors in Savannakhet on November 1, 2019.
As a result, their firms have seen their trade and investment difficulties eased even during the COVID-19 period. The sides worked together to promote tourism, assisted their workers, and held communication campaigns on the traditional and comprehensive cooperation among them and their nations.