Pham Van Linh (second, right) at the working session with Notimex General Director Alejandro Ramos Esquivel. (Source: VNA)

Mexico City (VNA) – Pham Van Linh, deputy head of the Central Steering Committee for External Information Services, has called on Mexico’s Notimex news agency to expand its relations with Vietnamese press agencies in order to increase the coverage of Vietnam and Mexico in all aspects.

At a recent working session with Notimex General Director Alejandro Ramos Esquivel, Linh stressed the need to increase the exchange of press delegations between the two countries.  

He highly evaluated Notimex’s role in promoting Vietnam’s images and foreign policy to people of Mexico and other Latin American nations.

The official applauded the effective cooperation between Notimex and the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) over the past years, saying that their affiliation has contributed to promoting relations between Vietnam and Mexico all fields.

Sharing Linh’s views on cooperation between the two news agencies, Alejandro Ramos expressed his willingness to expand collaboration with other Vietnamese press agencies in order to introduce the economic, political, social and cultural lives of Vietnamese and Mexican people.

On this occasion, Linh presented a certificate recognising Alejandro Ramos’s participation in the National External Information Service Award in 2016.

While in Mexico from April 18-21, Linh also met with General Director of the Mexican journalists club Mouris Salloum George, during which the official urged the club to increase the dissemination of information about Vietnam, helping Mexican people and Latin American friends understand more about the country and people of Vietnam.

Linh and his encourage were also welcomed by General Secretary of Mexico’s Labour Party (PT) Alberto Anaya.

The Vietnamese delegation also visited the Vietnamese Embassy and paid floral tribute to President Ho Chi Minh at his statue in Mexico City.-VNA