Moldovan President highly values Vietnam’s achievements

Moldovan President Maia Sandu spoke highly of Vietnam’s achievements while receiving Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thach who presented his credentials in Chisinau capital on October 14.
Moldovan President highly values Vietnam’s achievements hinh anh 1Moldovan President Maia Sandu (R) and Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thach pose for a photo at their meeting on October 14 (Source: VNA)
Moscow (VNA) – Moldovan President Maia Sandu spoke highly of Vietnam’s achievements while receiving Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thach who presented his credentials in Chisinau capital on October 14.

The host applauded the achievements Vietnam has obtained during its reform, economic development, regional and international integration, and improvement of people’s welfare.

She wished her guest a successful term to actively help strengthen and develop the friendship between the governments and peoples of the two countries.

Thach, who is also the ambassador of Vietnam to Ukraine, expressed his honour to assume his duty in Moldova, a small but beautiful country with rich history and culture.

The diplomat said both countries hold huge potential, and that he will exert utmost efforts to promote bilateral multifaceted ties, especially in economy and trade./.
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