Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung is welcomed at Auckland Airport (Photo: VNA)
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung met with New Zealand Governor-General Jerry Mateparae on March 19 as part of his ongoing official visit to the country.
The Vietnamese leader briefed his host on major outcomes from his talks with Prime Minister John Key, expressing his delight at the growing cooperation between the two countries over the past four decades, especially after the establishment of their comprehensive partnership in 2009.
He held that there is room for Vietnam and New Zealand to optimise their partnership for the interest of both peoples and for peace, stability and development in the region.
He noted that both sides agreed to deepen and intensify bilateral ties building towards a strategic partnership. The two countries also pledged to continue working closely and supporting one another at regional and international forums.
General-Governor Mateparae expressed his pleasure at the fruitful meeting between the two PMs, affirming his support for fostering the intensive collaboration between the two countries in an attempt to elevate bilateral ties to a new height.
He lauded the specific agreements reached during the Vietnamese PM’s visit while proposing measures to enhance their efficiency, including forming twin relations between localities.
PM Nguyen Tan Dung requested additional favourable conditions for the Vietnamese community in New Zealand , which he described as a bridge for friendship and cooperation between the two countries.
General-Governor Mateparae pledged to further assist Vietnamese nationals living and studying in his country while lauding the community’s contributions to New Zealand’s development.-VNA
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