HA NOI — Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung received newly accredited ambassadors from Iran and Mozambique in Ha Noi yesterday.
Welcoming Iranian Ambassador Hossein Al-Vandi Behine, Dung said Viet Nam attached importance to increasing cooperation with Iran. He said he hoped that the new ambassador would work closely with relevant agencies and ministries of the two countries to implement co-operation agreements already reached between them, as well as start new co-operative programmes.
The Vietnamese government would create favourable conditions for the diplomat to fulfill his tasks during his tenure in Viet Nam .
Ambassador Hossein Al-Vandi Behine said Iran wished to further enhance multifaceted co-operation with Viet Nam, and affirmed that he would do his utmost to promote Vietnamese-Iranian co-operation, especially in economics, trade, finance and banking.
Receiving Mozambican Ambassador Gamilien Munguambe, Dung said he believed that the diplomat would make an active contribution to further fostering multifaceted co-operation between the two countries.
Apart from accelerating economic and trade co-operation, Viet Nam was willing to co-operate with Mozambique in fields that the country is strong in, upon Mozambique's request, he said.
Viet Nam wanted Mozambique to support its businesses when investing in agriculture, aquaculture and telecommunications in the African country, Dung said, adding he hoped the two countries would strengthen co-operation in culture, education, science and technology, security and defence.
Munguambe said Mozambique wanted to intensify co-operation in agriculture, aquaculture, education and healthcare with Viet Nam.