SYDNEY (VNA) – Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia Nguyen Tat Thanh will pay a state visit to New South Wales on May 4-5 to enhance cooperation between the Vietnamese territories and the state.
During his stay, he paid tribute to Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh, Governor Margaret Beasley, Speaker of the State House of Representatives Jonathan O’Dea, Deputy Speaker of the State Senate Wes Fang and Leader of the Opposition Chris Minas.
The Vietnamese Ambassador also met with Chief Justice Andrew Bell, Sydney Deputy Mayor Jesse Scully, CEO of Multiculturalism Joseph La Posta and representatives of investment agencies and companies. He also visited the University of New South Wales and the Sydney University of Technology.
Despite the impact of COVID-19, Governor Margaret Beasley hailed the results of Vietnam-Australia cooperation in many areas, building momentum to elevate relations between the two countries to a new height and to expand cooperation opportunities between Australia and the more populous regions in Vietnam. .
New South Wales places great emphasis on its cooperation with the regions in Vietnam and will work closely with the Vietnamese side in organizing respectable activities for the 50s.And Ms. Beasley Underlined the Anniversary of the Establishment of Bilateral Diplomatic Relations (1973-2023)
He said he was ready to visit areas in Vietnam to welcome full cooperation between the two sides and to welcome top Vietnamese delegates to visit his state.
Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh nominated the head of state AustraliaFocus on potential areas such as trade, investment, tourism, education, science, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.
He recommended that the action plan for the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ho Chi Minh City (signed in 2019) be initiated and implemented soon, and that cooperation with other countries be expanded.
The parliamentary leaders of New South Wales expressed satisfaction at the rapid development of Australia-Vietnam relations, including friendship between the two countries and the cooperation and exchange between the two legislative bodies with the participation of MP associations.
Jonathan O’Dwyer, Speaker of the State House of Representatives, pointed out that the two countries share many similarities and will continue the trend of integrated development, which forms the basis for effective cooperation between New South Wales and the Vietnamese territories. For his part, Senate Deputy Speaker Wes Fang said the legislative bodies of the two countries were working closely within the framework of the Asia-Pacific Parliament and supported the relationship between members of parliament. New South Wales And Vietnamese circles.
During a meeting with Sydney Deputy Mayor Jess Scully and multicultural CEO Joseph La Posta, Ambassador Nuen Todd thanked local authorities for the attention and support provided by the Australian authorities to the Vietnamese community in promoting Vietnamese culture and language in New South Wales.
Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh, who received representations from investment firms and companies, stressed his desire to further enhance cooperation between the Vietnamese regions and New South Wales in trade and investment.
He recommended that the Australian Government, with its multifaceted strength in many fields, enhance connectivity and expand cooperation and investment opportunities in Vietnam in the future. -VNA
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