Launch of Australia in Vietnam Agriculture Strategy

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Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston, Australia’s Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources launched the Australia in Vietnam Agriculture Strategy in Can Tho on 24 August 2017. The strategy identifies economic, innovation and security priorities for both nations that offer the greatest returns and maximises common interests.

Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston

 

Agriculture is a cornerstone of the bilateral partnership between Vietnam and Australia, covering trade, research, education, development cooperation, innovation and investment. The agriculture strategy has been developed in recognition of the importance of agriculture to the bilateral relationship. 

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“We have built the foundations of our agriculture relationship through over 40 years of collaboration in the agriculture, fisheries, forestry and water sectors”, said Assistant Minister Ruston.

“It is a foundation that provides us with great opportunities to expand and grow into the future. The Australia in Vietnam Agriculture Strategy recognises the value of growing our bilateral trade in agriculture and building on the investments both nations are already making”, Assistant Minister Ruston added.

Australian Ambassador to Vietnam, H.E. Mr Craig Chittick, supported the development of the strategy.

“As Ambassador, I am constantly impressed with the breadth and depth of our work in agriculture, from projects that help smallholder farmers establish a business supplying safe vegetables to supermarkets in Hanoi, to large Vietnamese companies using Australian technology to pioneer sustainable shrimp farming in Vietnam”, said Ambassador Chittick.

“The Australia in Vietnam Agriculture Strategy sets out the strategic framework for our agricultural relationship across the two missions in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, and covers all Australian Government agencies in Vietnam”

The strategy identifies economic, innovation and security priorities for both nations that offer the greatest returns and maximises common interests.

Source: Australia Embassy in Vietnam

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