National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue (Photo: VNA)
Vienna (VNA) –
National Assembly Chairman Vuong
Dinh Hue had a working session with Alexander Redeker, CEO of Aone Deutsland AG
and leaders of Strabag on September 6 as part of his trip to Austria to attend the fifth World Conference of Speakers of Parliament (WCSP5).
Aone Deutsland AG is a member of Germany’s Tilia Group, one of the world leading firms in
the fields of construction, real estate, waste and waste treatment, energy and resource
management. In 2019, Tilia’s revenue reached 34.27 billion EUR (40.7 billion
USD), with more than 500 projects worldwide.
Meanwhile, Strabag specialises in constructing
houses, bridges, roads, power plants and waterworks and waste water treatment
plants. It has more than 700 branches in 60 countries with 72,000 employees.
Strabag is partnering with Aone Deutsland AG to implement a number of
infrastructure, water and waste treatment, energy and renewable energy
projects in Vietnam.
At the session, representatives of the two companies showed
their interest in strengthening cooperation in carrying out more infrastructure
projects in Vietnam, especially those in water and waste treatment,
expressway construction and energy development, as well as projects in public-private
partnership (PPP) form.
Hue underlined that projects in which Aone Deutschland AG and Strabag
are interested are in areas that Vietnam is calling for investment.
In order to concretise plans to implement the projects in
the time to come, the Vietnamese NA leader suggested these groups work with the Ministries of Planning and Investment, Industry and Trade, and
Transport, as well as relevant agencies and localities of Vietnam.
Besides, Hue also proposed the firms and partners support the
German Government’s provision of COVID-19 vaccines for Vietnam as soon as
possible to help the country speed up vaccinations and reach herd immunity soon,
thus bringing the life to normal./.