28/07/2015 16:17 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

Parties work to tighten Vietnam-Mexico ties

Hanoi, July 28 (VNA) – There is enormous cooperation potential between the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and the Mexican Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) which could propel the two countries’ collaborative ties forward.

Secretary for External Relations of the PRI Javier Vega Camamarrgo, who is on a working visit to Vietnam from July 25-29, told the press that once the two parties create a cooperation mechanism, it will positively enhance Vietnam-Mexico cultural and economic relations.

He added that the PRI could learn from the CPV’s experience in stabilising the country and ensuring social welfare and security for the people.

The PRI has experience in personnel training and sees opportunities for bilateral cooperation in the field after working with officials from the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics and Public Administration, he said.

Camamarrgo proposed young cadres of the two countries promote exchanges to enhance their leadership.

The official said he has heard a great deal about Vietnam through his colleagues and friends who were former Vietnamese Ambassadors to Mexico.

Camamarrgo said he has witnessed incredible things in the Southeast Asian country during his current working visit and he would share his favourite memories with his friends. He also expressed interest in returning to Vietnam in the near future.
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