Mozambique, Vietnam seek to boost bilateral ties hinh anh 1Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai

Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário and Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai have agreed to strengthen ties between the two countries through increasing delegation exchanges and high-level meetings, and supporting each other in international forums and organisations.

The consensus was reached during talks in the capital city of Maputo, Mozambique on July 30, where the two leaders informed each other on their countries’ respective situations and reviewed the Vietnam-Mozambique increasing friendship.

The host congratulated Vietnam on its successes in economic development while the guest praised Mozambique’s socio-economic achievements and recent reform efforts.

They affirmed that the two peoples will continue supporting each other towards reaping greater success in national construction efforts.

The Mozambican Prime Minister spoke highly of Vietnam’s assistance to his country in education-training and agricultural production, affirming that Vietnam-Mozambique cooperation projects and those with a third party have proven effective.

During the talks, the two leaders focused their discussion on new partnership orientations in disaster forecasts and traffic management.

Deputy PM Hai stated that Vietnam is willing to share experience in agriculture, oil and gas exploitation and telecommunications with Mozambique and will continue to help Mozambique train technical workers.

After the talks, the host and guest attended a press conference to announce orientations to boost bilateral relations.

Talking to the two countries’ press agencies, the Mozambican Prime Minister affirmed that the two nations will make every effort to deep economic, trade and investment links.

PM Rosário hosted a banquet for Deputy PM Hai and his entourage on the evening of July 30.

Earlier the same day, the Vietnamese delegation worked with representatives from the Frelimo Party in Maputo. They also received senior officials from Mozambique’s ministries of agriculture & food security, transport & communications and industry & trade.-VNA