A walk around Cresent Lake (Ho Ban Nguyet) in Ho Chi Minh City was held as part of the Danish Footprints 2015. (Source: petrotimes.vn)

HCM City (VNA) - The Danish Embassy in Vietnam in collaboration with Danish enterprises operating in Vietnam held the Danish Footprints 2015 themed “For sustainable development goal – towards human” in Ho Chi Minh City on November 28.

The event aimed at creating a venue for enterprises to share human- and community-oriented business management policies as well as activities to carry out their social responsibility for sustainable development targets.

A series of activities including a walk, sport dance performance, an exhibition calling for environmental protection and climate change prevention, and film screening, were arranged within the framework of the event.

Danish Ambassador to Vietnam Charlotte Laursen said Danish businesses want to invest in Vietnam because of favourable investment climate of the country.

Around 130 Danish firms are operating in Vietnam, focusing on environmental services, agriculture, textiles, food and water.

The two countries have shifted their ties from development assistance to multifaceted cooperation, the diplomat said, adding that they are working to further promote their relations in the coming time.-VNA