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Mozambique to build strategic partnership with VN

VNA 09/06/2010 Mozambique wishes that Vietnam would become the country’s strategic partner in Asia , stated Mozambican Minister of Agriculture Soares Nhaca.

The minister made the statement when addressing the opening ceremony of the “Vietnamese Film Week” in the Mozambican capital city of Maputo to celebrate the 35th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries.

He underlined the significance of the anniversary, describing it a new landmark in the development of the two countries’ cooperative relations, which were lifted to a new height after the visit to Vietnam in January 2007 by Mozambican President Armando Emilio.

The minister also thanked the Vietnamese government for sending experts to assist his country in health care, education and agriculture in the past as well as Vietnam ’s current supports of Mozambique ’s Green Revolution.

Vietnamese Ambassador to Mozambique Dang Giang highlighted the traditional relations, friendship and solidarity between the two countries in the fights for independence as well as the present process of national construction and socio-economic development in each country.

He noted that the Mozambican President’s visit to Vietnam and the visit to Mozambique in April 2008 by Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh created a new framework for comprehensive and equal partnership on the basis of mutual support between the two countries.

Vietnamese films to be screened at the film week include “Don’t burn “ (Dung dot), “Moon at the bottom of the well” (Trang noi day gieng), “Men’s village” (Lang dan ong) and “Dancing girls” (Gai nhay)./.

 
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