The leaders of China and Vietnam on Friday agreed to maintain frequent communication on maritime issues.
Talks establish fishery hotline
During Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang's China visit from June 19 to 21, China and Vietnam signed an agreement on establishing a hotline to deal with fishery incidents.
Premier Li Keqiang met with visiting Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang, calling for dialogue to expand consensus and manage differences between the two countries. Talks establish fishery hotline
Vietnam and China "have huge potentials for further speeding up cooperation in the future," said Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang, who will start his three-day state visit to China from Wednesday.
China hopes to enhance political mutual trust with Vietnam when its President Truong Tan Sang visits the country, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Friday.
Mechanical devices, vehicles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and other distinctive products of China's Guangxi are displayed in Vietnam.
Forty-seven officials have all won favorably in the first round confidence votes by Vietnam's 13th National Assembly (NA).
The defense ministries of China and Vietnam have agreed to establish a naval hotline, Hanoi's deputy defense minister said on Thursday.
China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region will hold a trade fair in Vietnam's capital Hanoi on June 11-14 to boost bilateral trade between Vietnam and the province.
A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry refuted Vietnam's accusations that a Chinese vessel collided with a Vietnamese fishing boat in Vietnamese waters.
Zhejiang Export Fair will be held in Vietnam's southern Ho Chi Minh city to boost investment and trade between Vietnam and Zhejiang province.
The sixth meeting of the China-Vietnam steering committee on cooperation was held in Beijing on Saturday, with the two sides agreeing to further advance bilateral ties.