PM receives outgoing Chilean Ambassador
11:12 | 09/03/2018

VGP – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in Ha Noi on March 8 received outgoing Chilean Ambassador to Viet Nam Claudio Andres De Negri Quintana.  

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc  receives outgoing Chilean Ambassador to Viet Nam Claudio Andres De Negri Quintana, Ha Noi, March 8, 2018

At the reception, ambassador Claudio Andres De Negri Quintana thanked the PM and Vietnamese agencies for helping him accomplish his tasks and boosting the bilateral relations.

He pledged that in any future positions, he will spare no effort for the two countries’ relations and expressed his belief that the bilateral ties and collaboration at multilateral forums will be developed.

The ambassador expected that the two countries will work harder to increase their two-way trade value, which stood at over US$1 billion, and step up their ties in other fields.

He agreed with the PM’s view on the importance of the signing of CPTPP, saying the event will help accelerate cooperation between the two countries.

He said he wants Viet Nam to cooperate and share with Chile its experience in the successful organization of the APEC 2017 as his country will host the APEC Year 2019.

In turn, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hailed the outgoing Ambassador  for his contributions to the Viet Nam-Chile comprehensive partnership.

He said the ambassador made efforts to the organization of high-level visits between the two countries, especially the State visit to Viet Nam by President Michelle Bachelet Jeria in November 2017.

Mr. Phuc hailed the signing of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in Chile on March 8, describing it as an important outcome of drastic negotiations and discussions of the pact members, which included the proactive role played by Viet Nam and Chile.

The signing of the CPTPP and the sound traditional ties will open up opportunities for broader cooperation in economics, trade and investment and promote partnership in culture, education and other fields between Viet Nam and Chile, the PM said.

The PM wished the diplomat to gain success in his new post and continue contributing to the growing ties between the two countries.

                                                                                                                                By Vien Nhu

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