Nghe An Central Province enhances cooperation with British localities

A delegation from Nghe An Province in central Vietnam, headed by Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Committee in the city, Thai Thanh Quy, made a working visit to the United Kingdom to promote bilateral cooperation in the sectors of trade, investment and the private sector. – Agriculture technology and education.

In the working session between the Nghe An delegation, the West London Chamber of Commerce and some British and Vietnamese companies in the United Kingdom. (Source: VNA)

London (VNA) – A delegation from central Vietnam’s Nghi An Province, headed by Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Committee Thai Thanh Quy, paid a working visit to the United Kingdom to promote bilateral cooperation in trade, investment and high technology. Agriculture and education sectors.

During the visit, which took place from June 11 to 13, the delegation held dialogue sessions with representatives of the government, the New Haven Chamber of Commerce, the Communist Party of the United Kingdom and the Vietnamese Embassy in London.

They also organized round tables to introduce investment possibilities and cooperation opportunities with Nghe An Province, with the participation of the West London Chamber of Commerce and British and Vietnamese companies in the United Kingdom.

In New Haven, the delegation placed a wreath on the plaque commemorating President Ho Chi Minh on the West Quay in New Haven Harbor. He also visited the New Haven Museum, where a bronze statue of Uncle Ho and a model of his house are displayed on wooden pedestals.

At the working session with New Haven Mayor Pinky McLean Knight, Thai Thanh Quy said that Nghi An, the late leader’s birthplace, is ready to accompany and cooperate with New Haven to expand the exhibition space about him in the local museum and provide digital data about Ho Chi Minh City to facilitate the museum’s operations.

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He expressed his hope to enhance cooperation between the two parties, primarily in the field of culture and economy.

In his meeting with the head of the Communist Party of the United Kingdom, Ruth Stiles, Thanh Quy expressed his desire to expand cooperation with the party, and create a prelude to developing cooperative activities in other areas between Nghi An and localities in the United Kingdom.

At a roundtable held in London to showcase the potential and opportunities for cooperation with Nghe An, the leader called on British companies to invest in the city, especially in the areas of high-tech agriculture, supporting industries, mechanical engineering, and processing of agricultural products. Products, tourism, education and training.

He stated that local authorities are always working to create favorable conditions for investors to do business in the province.

Alan Rides, CEO of the West London Chamber of Commerce, said CCOL is keen to support Vietnamese companies to connect with partners in the UK to pursue business opportunities in the country.

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