PM hails US as one of longest-standing partners of ASEANTuesday, November 5,2019
AsemconnectVietnam - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc praised the US as one of the longest-standing partners of ASEAN and its commitments to the regional bloc at the seventh ASEAN – US Summit which was held in Bangkok on November 4, within the framework of the ongoing 35th ASEAN Summit and related meetings.
US national security advisor Robert C.O’Brien, for his part, affirmed his nation’s commitments to the region and welcomed the launch of the ASEAN Outlook on Indo-Pacific.
In order to help nations to boost their deeper participation in regional integration, he said the US has proposed the Blue Dot Network initiative that will set standards for major infrastructure projects.
The US also vowed to work hand in hand with ASEAN in mechanisms formed and led by the bloc, he added.
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