Ambassador Pham Thi Kim Hoa presents credentials to President of Guyana
|Vietnamese Ambassador to Brazil and Guyana Pham Thi Kim Hoa recently presented credentials to President of Guyana Mohamed Irfaan Ali.|
At a reception for the diplomat, President Mohamed Irfaan Ali said he hopes Vietnam will assist Guyana in agriculture, animal husbandry and cultivation.
Hoa vowed to work to develop the traditional friendship and cooperation between the two Governments and peoples in her position.
On March 21, Hoa paid a courtesy call to Guyanese Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce of Guyana Oneidge Walrond who pledged to offer all possible support to Vietnamese firms to access Guyana’s market and wished to learn from Vietnam’s experience in ecological tourism development.
During a working session with the Vietnamese diplomat a day later, Guyanese Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Hilton Todd promised to support Vietnam at multilateral forums and facilitate the exchange of all-level delegations in the near future.
|Guyanese Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Hilton Todd receives Ambassador Pham Thi Kim Hoa.|
Elizabeth Harper, standing Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Guyana, announced that two countries will soon offer visa exemption to their diplomatic and official passport holders in order to promote bilateral visit exchanges.
The same day, Deputy Minister of Agriculture Madanlall Ramraj said Guyana wishes to expand collaboration with Vietnam in agriculture, mining and textile in the near future. He said Guyana is concerned about global food security issues and hopes to learn from Vietnam’s experience in the field through the exchange of experts in agricultural production.
During a working session on March 23, President of the Guyana Office for Investment Peter Ramsaroop said the South American country is strong in eco-tourism, mining and oil exploration so that it will create the most favourable conditions for Vietnamese firms to do business there.
On the occasion, Hoa also visited the Vietnamese community in Guyana.