Ambassador Nguyen Hoanh Nam: Mexican President values relations with Viet Nam

Update: 10:32 | 17/09/2021
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrado said he attaches importance to Mexico’s friendship and cooperation with Viet Nam while receiving a letter of credentials presented by the Vietnamese Ambassador to the nation Nguyen Hoanh Nam on September 15.
Ambassador Nguyen Hoanh Nam: Mexican President values relations with Viet Nam
Vietnamese Ambassador to Mexico Nguyen Hoanh Nam (L) presents his letter of credentials to Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrado.

The President highlighted that the relations are growing strongly and pledged his commitment to continuing to foster the ties across all fields in the time to come.

For his part, Ambassador Nam conveyed to his host and Mexican people greetings from President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and other leaders of Viet Nam regarding Mexico’s achievements and its 200 years of independence (September 16, 1821-2021).

Nam vowed to do his best and to work closely with Mexican competent agencies and organisations to boost the two nation’s multifaceted relations.

Mexico is now the second-biggest trading partner of Viet Nam in Latin America, while Viet Nam is the 8th important import-export market of Mexico in Asia. According to statistics by the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade, the countries’ two-way trade exceeded 2.1 billion USD in the first half of 2021.

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(Source: VNA)