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Mexico’s Governor talks stronger ties with Vietnam

VNA 06/02/2010 - Veracruz State Governor Fidel Herrera has told Ambassador to Mexico Pham Van Que of his interest in boosting relations with Vietnam, especially in education and training, petrochemicals and aquaculture.

Herrera and Que met in the central Mexican state during the latter’s working visit from January 31 to February 2 at the former’s invitation.

The Mexican state governor expressed his interest in stronger bilateral relations after speaking highly of the Vietnamese economy’s dynamic growth in recent years.

His view was shared by the Vietnamese diplomat who emphasised the need to boost bilateral relations amidst the global economic meltdown.

Que also highlighted Vietnam’s socio-economic achievements during the renewal, especially its economic potential and major exports as opportunities for the two countries to cash in on.

Two-way trade revenues between Vietnam and Mexico reached 550 million USD up to November, 2009, equivalent to the entire 2008 figure, Que said.

He emphasised that the result despite the worst global economic downturns since the crisis in 1930 has shown the great efforts made by the two countries to match trade with political and diplomatic relations.

During his stay in Veracruz, the Vietnamese ambassador attended the annual conference of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers of Mexico (CONCAMIN), visited the port of Veracruz, which overlooks the Gulf of Mexico and was once considered a gateway of the American continent into Europe within 250 years, and several sites of historic and cultural relics./.

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