Vietnam wants to boost bilateral relations with the Central African Republic and is willing share its experiences with the African country in ensuring food security, President Nguyen Minh Triet has said.
President Nguyen Minh Triet (R) receives Central African Republic's Foreign Minister Dieudonne Kombo Yaya at the Presidential Palace in Ha Noi on Nov. 11, 2008 (Photo: VNA)
Receiving Dieudonne Kombo Yaya, the foreign minister of the African country, in Hanoi yesterday, President Triet said Vietnam and Africa, including the Central African Republic, should strengthen cooperation in various fields.
The President welcomed the Central African Republic’s initiative of establishing a tripartite cooperation model between itself, the International Francophone Organization, and Vietnam.
Mr. Yaya said his visit was aimed at creating a foundation for bilateral cooperation.
His country wishes to enhance bilateral ties with Vietnam, particularly in agriculture and health, he said.