India-Vietnam Virtual Summit: PM Modi says "Vietnam an important pillar of India's Act East policy"

PM Narendra Modi, on Monday said that Vietnam is a significant mainstay of India's Act East arrangement and a crucial accomplice of its Indo-Pacific Vision. Additionally, in India-Vietnam Virtual Summit, PM said that the essentialness of India-Vietnam participation will increment one year from now when both the nations will be individuals from the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).

PM Narendra Modi in the virtual gathering with his Vietnam partner Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Monday talked about the essential partnership between the two nations. Both the pioneers had conversations on protection, energy, medical services and development partnership.

Prior in February, Vietnam Vice President, Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh visited India on an official visit while PM Modi and PM Phuc had a telephonic conversation in April to examine the COVID-19 pandemic. India's turn of events and limit building help to Vietnam through activities, for example, Quick Impact Projects (QIPs), ITEC and e-ITEC activities, PhD partnerships, just as ventures in water asset the executives in Vietnam's Mekong Delta area, SDGs, computerized availability, and legacy protection is likewise accepted to have been examined.