Vietnamese Ambassador to Barbados Le Viet Duyen presented his letter of credentials to Barbados Governor-General Sandra Mason during an online ceremony on October 5. (Photo: VNA)
NDO/VNA – Vietnamese Ambassador to Barbados Le Viet Duyen presented his letter of credentials to Barbados Governor-General Sandra Mason during an online ceremony on October 5.
Governor-General Sandra Mason congratulated Ambassador Le Viet Duyen on his appointment as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Barbados and announced that she will soon appoint a non-resident Barbados Ambassador to Vietnam.
Governor-General Mason expressed her wish to further promote multi-faceted cooperation with Vietnam, especially in potential areas such as economy, trade, culture, education, tourism, agriculture, marine resource management and climate change combat.
For his part, Ambassador Duyen pledged to make every effort to take relations between the two countries in all aspects to a new height.
The Ambassador affirmed that Vietnam attaches great importance to the development of cooperation relations with Barbados. He noted that the two sides have a lot of potential that can be ultilised to bolster bilateral cooperation. In the coming time, the two sides can also promote people-to-people exchanges including visits by teachers and students to increase bilateral understanding.
Vietnam and Barbados established diplomatic relations on August 25, 1995.
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