The establishment of a bilateral work group to discuss joint maritime development was a "breakthrough" for China and Vietnam on their way to peacefully handle maritime disputes, analysts say.
The visit to Vietnam of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, the first high-ranking leader in China's new leadership to visit the country, is of great importance not only to the already strong relations between Hanoi and Beijing, but also to the stability of the region, according to a respected political analyst here.
Thai, Vietnamese, Singaporean and other foreign media have continued to closely follow Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's Southeast Asian tour, saying it boosted trade and promoted the economic prosperity of the region.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday laid out a four-pronged proposal on further deepening business cooperation between his country and Vietnam.
Zhao Liping, 22, is one of 29 Chinese students majoring in the Vietnamese language at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
When the young Chinese and Vietnamese students from Vietnam National University, Hanoi, sang this song in both of their mother tongues, they also sang their blessings to Sino-Vietnamese friendship and future ties.
China and Vietnam will achieve bilateral annual trade volume of $100 billion by 2017, Premier Li said during a luncheon with business leaders in Hanoi.
Youth encouraged to expand relations
Young Chinese in Hanoi boost ties
Foreign media highlight premier's visit
China and Vietnam pledged to further deepen their onshore cooperation in a joint statement issued in Hanoi on Tuesday.
China and Vietnam vowed to boost their cooperation in maritime and financial sectors in a joint statement issued in Hanoi on Tuesday.
China and Vietnam vowed on Tuesday to further develop the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries.
China, Vietnam pledge to deepen onshore co-op
Premier Li Keqiang said Monday that his country and Vietnam have both the ability and the wisdom to settle bilateral differences in a proper manner.
Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday called on his country and Vietnam to deepen practical cooperation and promote bilateral ties to a new high.