PM welcomes foreign ambassadors ambassadors

Update: October, 26/2013 - 09:45
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung receives Azerbaijani Ambassador Anar Imanov in Ha Noi.—VNA/VNS Photos

HA NOI (VNS)  — Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung received the new Azerbaijani and Spanish ambassadors in Ha Noi yesterday, assuring them that Viet Nam wants to further promote co-operation with their countries.

At a reception for Azerbaijani Ambassador Anar Imanov, the Prime Minister emphasised that the two nations had seen the fine development of relations in all fields, proving the great potential that exists for continued and strengthened bilateral ties.

Viet Nam wanted to deepen co-operation with Azerbaijan in economics, trade, investment and people-to-people exchange, he said.

The Vietnamese Government would create favourable conditions for the ambassador to fulfill his task in Viet Nam, Dung assured.

Welcoming Azerbaijan's opening of its embassy in Viet Nam, Dung said that Viet Nam is mulling over opening its own embassy in Azerbaijan soon.

Imanov said his country attached special importance to its relationship with Viet Nam and pledged to do all he could to facilitate further growth in the relationship.

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung receives Spanish Ambassador Alfonso Tena Garcia in Ha Noi

Receiving Spanish Ambassador Alfonso Tena Garcia, Dung also declared that Viet Nam was committed to promoting its partnership with the European country for their mutual benefit.

He suggested the two sides focus on expanding economic co-operation, enhancing two-way trade, while working together in infrastructure development, science-technology and tourism.

He said the Government would create favourable conditions for Spanish businesses to do long-term business in the country.

The Prime Minister asked Spain to maintain its provision of official development assistance to Viet Nam and increase student scholarships.

Garcia commented that many Spanish companies wanted to find partners in Viet Nam, and affirmed he would closely work with relevant ministries and agencies to promote multifaceted co-operation between the two countries. — VNS