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Brazil President’s visit to open new page: ambassador


Hanoi (VNA) – Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva’s upcoming visit to Vietnam would create a driving force for the Brazil-Vietnam ties, particularly in trade and investment, Brazilian Ambassador to Vietnam Lima Neto has said.

He made the comment while talking with the Tin Tuc daily of the Vietnam News Agency on the eve of President Silva’s July 9-10 visit to Vietnam.

Neto said he believed more leading Brazilian businesses would invest in Vietnam following the visit.

Noting developments in the two countries’ ties over nearly 20 years, the ambassador affirmed the two countries have gained deeper understanding of each other and reached consensus in many world issues after senior leaders’ visits.

Neto said he saw untapped potentials for the two countries’ future cooperation in culture, sports and tourism, apart from investment and trade. He underlined his country’s possible assistance to Vietnam in developing a more professional football.

“I believe President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva’s visit would usher in a new chapter in the relationship with Vietnam,” Ambassador Neto said.

Preparing for the celebration of the two countries’ 20th diplomatic ties anniversary in 2009, a Brazilian film festival will be held in Hanoi this week and a painting exhibition will take place in Brazil next year.

 
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