Source Pravda.Ru

Putin Sends His Congratulations To Russian-Vietnamese Joint Stock Oil Company

President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin sent his congratulations to the Russian-Vietnamese joint stock company Vietsovpetro on its 20th anniversary, production of the 100,000,000th ton of oil and granting the company with a Vietnamese award 'Labor Hero.' A source in the presidential press service reported this to RosBusinessConsulting. According to Putin's message, "Vietsovpetro is a recognized leader of the economy of Vietnam and is among the ten most efficient companies in the world. The result of activities of Vietsovpetro is a good basis for intensifying multilateral collaboration between Russia and Vietnam. You have serious tasks, i.e. to fulfill decisions made by the governments of our countries, expand the sphere of activities and explore new oil and gas fields. I am sure that your solid international team will fulfill these tasks," Putin stressed.

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