Vietnam, Panama look to boost bilateral cooperation hinh anh 1Vietnamese Ambassador to Mexico and Panama Nguyen Hoai Duong (C) presents a copy of his credentials to Panamanian Deputy Foreign Minister Alfaro Boyd via a virtual meeting (Photo:VNA)

Hanoi (VNA)
– Vietnamese Ambassador to Mexico and Panama Nguyen Hoai Duong presented a copy of his credentials to Panamanian Deputy Foreign Minister Alfaro Boyd via a virtual meeting on September 10.

During the event, the Vietnamese diplomat expressed his honour to be appointed as Ambassador of Vietnam to Panama, and pledged to do his utmost to strengthen multifaceted cooperation between the two countries, thus deepening bilateral relations for the sake of the their people, and peace, stability and development in each country and the region.

For his part, the Panama official applauded Vietnam’s development achievements, suggesting the two nations further promote cooperation and mutual support in the time to come, especially in areas of their strength such as agriculture, aquaculture, logistics, and telecommunications.

He stressed that Panama, as the largest transit hub in Central America with the Colon Free Trade Zone, is willing to be a gateway helping Vietnam promote trade with Latin America, while Vietnam can support Panama in entering Southeast Asian markets.

Ambassador Duong conveyed the thanks of the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry’s leaders to their Panamanian counterparts for their nod to organise online talks at the deputy-ministerial level to review the overall bilateral relations, and discuss measures to strengthen cooperation in the future, contributing to expanding the multi-faceted ties between the governments and people of the two countries./. 
VNA