Framework Agreement On Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Between Asean And Vietnam

Diversify energy supply to improve energy security and develop new innovative and renewable forms of energy, including sustainable biofuels and biomass, in line with national conditions, wind and solar energy and hydropower generation, and support the development of an appropriate policy framework to create an enabling environment for investment and a level playing field for renewable energy energy and integration in the relevant areas; 3. The Parties agree to strengthen cooperation, exchange experiences and information between their regional and urban authorities in order to solve complex urban problems by promoting sustainable development. RECALLING that in 2002 we agreed on the importance of strengthening our close economic cooperation and working towards the establishment of an ASEAN-India Regional Trade and Investment Area (ATI) as a long-term objective, 1. The MEA + Korea shall have final authority over all matters related to the implementation of this Framework Agreement and any other agreement concluded or to be concluded under this Framework Agreement. An Implementing Committee, composed of the senior economic officials of the Parties or their representatives, shall meet, where appropriate, to carry out the tasks provided for in paragraph 2, under the supervision and guidance of the EMA + Korea. monitor the evolution of the overall relationship between the Parties and make recommendations with a view to promoting the objectives of this Agreement; 4. Subject to their respective laws and procedures, the Parties will strengthen their cooperation on readmission in order, at the request of a Party, and as mutually agreed, to negotiate an agreement between the EU and Vietnam on the readmission of their respective citizens. 2. The Parties reaffirm their commitment to continue to cooperate towards the full achievement of the internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals, while respecting the reciprocal international obligations that apply to the Parties.

This is an essential element of this agreement. They also reaffirm their respective commitments to the 2005 European Consensus on Development, the Paris Declaration on the Effectiveness of Development Cooperation, adopted in 2005 at the High-Level Forum on Development Cooperation Effectiveness, the Accra Agenda for Action, adopted at the Third High-Level Forum on Development Cooperation Effectiveness, and the Key Hanoi Declaration on The Effectiveness of Development Cooperation adopted in 2006, including progress in lifting aid and establishing more predictable aid mechanisms. In order to facilitate cooperation under this Agreement, the two Parties agree to provide officials and experts involved in the implementation of the cooperation with the facilities necessary for the performance of their tasks in accordance with the internal rules and regulations of both Parties. To take steps to sign, ratify or join, as appropriate, all other relevant treaties and international instruments and to comply fully with their respective obligations; 1. The Parties agree to cooperate scientifically and technologically in areas of mutual interest, including industry, energy, transport, the environment, in particular climate change and the management of natural resources (e.g.B fisheries, forestry and rural development), agriculture and food safety, biotechnology and human and animal health, taking into account their respective cooperation policies and programmes. . . .

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