Ho Chi Minh City promotes cooperation with Mexico

Wednesday, 25/05/2022 11:33
Nguyen Ho Hai, Deputy Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee, received Mexican Ambassador to Vietnam Alejandro Negrín who came to pay a courtesy visit on the occasion of receiving his work term in Vietnam.

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At the reception (Photo: hcmcpv.org.vn)

During the reception, Mr. Nguyen Ho Hai highly appreciated the proposals for activities in Ho Chi Minh City. He also expressed his wish that during his term of office, the Ambassador would contribute to raising the relationship between the two countries, and between Ho Chi Minh City and Mexican localities, to new heights, especially in the fields of commerce, tourism, culture and education. He also agreed to propose organizing a Mexican-Vietnamese culinary week, helping people of the two countries better understand each others’ culinary culture, and combine trade and tourism promotion activities.

Expressing his trust that the Mexican Ambassador will be a bridge to promote cooperation relations and have concrete results between the two countries, between Ho Chi Minh City and Mexican localities, he confirmed that the city will create every favorable condition for boosting cooperation between the two sides.

Ambassador Alejandro Negrín highly appreciated the dynamic development of Ho Chi Minh City and the good relationship between the two countries.

Informing of his work in Ho Chi Minh City, he said that a number of projects have been built and are looking forward to the support of the leaders of the city in order to promote trade, culture and education cooperation between the two sides. These are the organization of a food fair, a Mexican food week, an exhibition to introduce beautiful scenes in Mexico, an increase in the introduction of Mexican culture, and the teaching of Spanish at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities./.

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