Vietnamese goods on display for diplomatic anniversary of Mongolia and Vietnam

2019-09-09 16:39:45

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. On the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Vietnam, the Vietnamese Embassy in Mongolia is organizing Vietnamese Goods Exhibition in Ulaanbaatar. 

At the opening of the exhibition on September 9, Vietnamese Ambassador to Mongolia Doan Thi Huong said “Since President Ho Chi Minh of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam laid the foundation of the Mongolian-Vietnamese diplomatic ties, the friendly partnership has been developing in various fields, yielding great results. Throughout its path to the flourishment and to join the integration, the country of Vietnam has received great help and assistance from its partner countries, including Mongolia. Mongolia and Vietnam are working to strengthen its cooperation in the fields of politics, foreign affairs, security and defense and three agreements were signed in the first eight months of 2019. The intergovernmental commission of the two nations are striving toward the development of cooperation in every possible area, including economic, investment, trade, agriculture, natural disasters, science, technology, information and communications, road and transport, culture, sports and tourism and 17th meeting of the commission is soon to be hosted in Hanoi. In this regard, the traditionally friendly relations of the Mongolian and Vietnamese will be preserved for prosperity of Mongolia and Vietnam”. 

The exhibition is unveiling products and consumer goods made in Vietnam for exports that are known very well by Mongolians as well as agricultural products and handmade artifacts and garments. Also, photos of the visit paid by former Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh to Mongolia in 1955 and other high level visits between Mongolia and Vietnam are on display. 

Mongolia and Vietnam established diplomatic ties on 17 November 1954 and have been maintaining friendly relationship ever since, especially in areas of politics, diplomacy, education and culture. 

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