Indonesia and Vietnam have reaffirmed their commitment to maintaining peace in the East Sea, increasing political dialogue and regional connectivity and supporting the settlement of standing conflicts through peaceful negotiations, ISRIA reports. The leaders of the two countries recently met in Hanoi and discussed means of enhancing bilateral relations between their countries, particularly in the areas of trade, security, agriculture, tourism, culture and economic development.

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