OVs in Australia believe in prospects of bilateral ties
|NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue meets with OVs in Australia. (Photo: VNA)|
Many overseas Vietnamese (OVs) living in Australia are delighted at the official visit by National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue, which they said, has brought a new breath of life with more hope and greater connection between those living far from the homeland.
Vu Long Thanh, an IT manager at Services Australia – one of the country’s major administrative units, believed that following the visit, economic and trade ties between the two nations will prosper.
Once Vietnamese enterprises could export to Australia, they could reach further to the world as the Pacific nation is a demanding market with high requirements, he said.
As one of members welcoming NA Chairman Hue to Australia, Vice President of the Vietnamese Students’ Association in Australia Nguyen Dinh Phuoc said with belief that the visit will open up new opportunities for Vietnam-Australia ties and Vietnamese students in particular.
He hoped that more Australian scholarships will be offered to Vietnamese students in the near future, and more cooperation deals will be signed to recognise training programmes and certificates of each other, thus enabling Vietnamese students to pursue short-term and long-term courses and join exchanges with Australia.