Vietnamese Ambassador to Chile Nguyen Ngoc Son (R) and head of Cerro Navia district Mauro Tamayo Rozas pay tribute to late President Ho Chi Minh on his birthday at Chi Minh Park in 2018 (Photo courtesy of the Vietnamese Embassy in Chile)

Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnamese Ambassador to Chile Nguyen Ngoc Son and head of Cerro Navia district Mauro Tamayo Rozas recently signed an agreement in Santiago to repair a park named after late President Ho Chi Minh in the district.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Rozas affirmed the importance of the work and stated that the local administration will keep a close watch on the work so that the project can be completed on the occasion of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum meeting in Chile this year.

For his part, the Vietnamese diplomat thanked Cerro Navia administration for its initiative as the park got the name 50 years ago, and pledged to closely coordinate with the donor, the Geleximco group of Vietnam, to ensure the project will be implemented as scheduled.

Member of the Party Central Committee and Permanent Deputy Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son, who witness the signing ceremony during his visit to Chile, thanked the local administration and residents for their deep and friendly sentiment to Vietnam and spoke highly of the project.-VNA