Vietnam and Mexico agreed to boost bilateral ties in the field of higher education during a recent working session between senior officials of the two countries’ education ministries.

The meeting took place as part of the Mexico trip by Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Thi Nghia to attend the 4th World Congress and 14th International Meeting on Early Education and Preschool held in Monterrey City, Mexico, last week.

During the working session with Mexican Director General of International Relations at the Ministry of Education, María del Socorro Rovirosa, Nghia proposed a bilateral agreement on tertiary education cooperation.

The Mexican official pledged to examine Vietnam’s proposal and provide feedback promptly. She expressed her hope to visit Vietnam in the future.

The two sides discussed information and teaching method sharing, the exchange of delegations and the promotion of signing an agreement on the recognition of the respective countries’ degrees and qualifications.-VNA