During a working visit to some African countries, on September 17th, the delegation of Tuyen Quang Provincial Party Committee led by H.E. Mr. Chau Van Lam, Head of the delegation, Member of the Central Party Committee, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Head of the Tuyen Quang provincial delegation of the 14th National Assembly had a working session with Embassy of Vietnam in South Africa.
The delegation was welcomed by H.E. Mr. Vu Van Dung, Ambassador of Embassy of Vietnam in South Africa and all officials of the embassy.
At the reception, H.E. Mr. Chau Van Lam informed the Embassy of the socio-economic development of Tuyen Quang province in 2016 and the situation of socio-economic development in the first six months of 2017, specially, its strengths and potential for economic development. Mr. Chau Van Lam wished the Embassy to be a connector that supports the province in calling for investment and creates favorable conditions for the products of the province to be present in the South African market, as well as promotes the province and helps its businesses look for partners in South Africa
The Ambassador accorded his warm welcome to Tuyên Quang delegation to South Africa. The Ambassador said that the economic relations and cooperation between Viet Nam and South African have been gradually developed. There was an increasing number of Vietnamese enterprises who came to South Africa to seek for business cooperation opportunities, as well as South Africa enterprises desired to import Vietnamese products. The Ambassador highly appreciated Tuyen Quang’s potentialities and strengths, specially in the areas of tourism, industry, agriculture and commerce, etc. In the coming time, the Ambassador would like to invite Tuyen Quang businesses to come to South Africa to learn about and seek for investment cooperation opportunities. At the same time, the Ambassador also believed that this visit of the delegation will open more cooperation opportunities between Tuyen Quang and South Africa.
The delegation left Pretoria for field visit in the Western Cape province On September 18th. After South Africa, its next leg would be Mozambique to attend the XI Congress of Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO) and Tanzania.