Vietnamese PM starts official visit to New Zealand

March 09, 2024

Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh arrived in Auckland on Saturday evening (local time), beginning his first official visit to New Zealand since assuming power in 2021 at the invitation of his New Zealand counterpart Christopher Luxon. The two-day visit, which takes place ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam-New Zealand diplomatic ties in 2025, will enable both sides to discuss measures for tightening their ties and make preparations for the upcoming celebration. PM Chinh, his spouse, and his entourage were welcomed at Auckland Airport by New Zealand Minister for Economic Development Melissa Lee, Ambassador Designate to Vietnam Caroline Beresford, Vietnamese Ambassador to New Zealand Nguyen Van Trung, and staff members of the Vietnamese Embassy. Vietnamese people in New Zealand welcome Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his spouse, New Zealand, March 9, 2023. Vietnam is also the 17th-biggest buyer of New Zealand items like milk and dairy products, fruits, wood, garments and textiles, and others.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News

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