PM cuts ribbon to inaugurate new embassy headquarters in Netherlands

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc cut the ribbon to inaugurate new headquarters of the embassy of Vietnam in The Hague, the Netherlands on July 9 (local time). 

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the event (Source:VNA)

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the event (Source:VNA)

Speaking at the event, the PM said his ongoing visit aims to further deepen strategic partnership in climate change response and water resources management as well as strategic partnership in sustainable development and food security. 

It also provides a chance to discuss measures to partner in fields of priority, including climate change response and water management, agriculture, energy, marine-based economy, and logistics services, and call on Dutch firms to do business in Vietnam. 

He spoke highly of the role of the Vietnamese community in the Netherlands in boosting bilateral friendly ties in the spirit of strategic partnership over the past years. 

The leader expressed his wish that the embassy would continue fulfilling tasks assigned by the Party and State, contributing to fostering bilateral ties.

The Vietnamese representatives pledged to continue building a strong community that well integrates into the multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environment in the host country, towards nurturing ties between the two nations. 

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