Haiti’s President Joseph Michel Martelly has expressed his hope that more Vietnamese investors will pour money into in his country, especially in the sectors matching with the two countries’ potential.

Receiving ambassador Duong Minh, who presented his credentials on January 11, President Martelly spoke highly of the strong development in relations between the two countries, especially after Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe’s visit to Vietnam at the end of 2012.

He said he believes that with vision and effort, bilateral cooperation will continue to develop.

Ambassador Minh said that despite successes, bilateral cooperation in economics, trade and investment has yet to match the potential available. Thus, he called on the Haitian government to continue supporting Vietnamese enterprises to invest and promote trade in the Caribbean country, especially in agriculture, telecommunication, construction and construction materials and consumer goods.

The diplomat also committed to doing his best to contribute to nurturing and fostering the friendship and multifaceted cooperation between the two countries for the benefit of both nations.-VNA