Phuong Dinh Huy meets with the Governor-General of New Zealand
As part of his official visit to New Zealand, the Speaker of the National Assembly, Vuong Dinh Huy, met on Monday 5 December in Wellington with the Governor-General of New Zealand, Ms. Cindy Kyro.
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National Assembly Speaker Vuong Dinh Huy stressed that Vietnam is New Zealand’s first strategic partner in the Asia-Pacific region, saying that his country always attaches importance to its multifaceted cooperation with New Zealand.
He said he hopes the two countries will strengthen their cooperation between parties, governments, legislatures and population-to-people exchanges.
|Interview between the President of the National Assembly, Vuong Dinh Huy, and the Governor-General of New Zealand, Ms. Cindy Kero.
For her part, Governor-General Ms. Cindy Kero stressed that New Zealand still considers its relations with Vietnam to be of strategic importance, and that the two countries must strengthen their relations in the interest of the two peoples, and for the sake of peace, stability and prosperity in Asia. -Pacific.
The two leaders agreed that the strategic partnership between Vietnam and New Zealand continues to grow, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bilateral trade is estimated at about $1.3 billion annually, and is expected to reach $2 billion in 2024. Bilateral cooperation continues to be strengthened in the areas of agriculture, labor sending, education, and population-to-population trade….
NA President Vuong Dinh Hui reported an agreement on the import of New Zealand strawberries and pumpkins to Vietnam, adding that New Zealand had previously agreed to import Vietnamese pomelo and lemons.
The two parties agreed to enhance the exchange of delegations, strengthen bilateral relations in all fields, and continue support and coordination within regional and international forums.
The Speaker of the National Assembly thanked New Zealand for its support for Vietnamese citizens living on its territory during the epidemic, expressing his hope that the New Zealand government would continue to create favorable conditions for this community.
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