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VNA boosts ties with Mexican new agency

The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) and the Notimex Mexican News Agency have signed a co-operation agreement for the 2015-2016 period to provide domestic and international information services in news, photos, and audiovisual products.

VNA Deputy General Director Nguyen Hoai Duong and Notimex Director General Alejandro Ramos Esquivel reached the consensus during the former's working visit to Mexico from July 20-24.

Both sides valued the implementation of information exchanges between the two news agencies over the past year.

Director General Alejandro underlined Notimex's interest in Viet Nam's land, people, history and culture, as well as political and economic life and the "doi moi" (renewal) process, since Asia is considered the most dynamic region in the world.

He expressed his hope to expand co-operation with the VNA to contribute to the sound collaboration between the two countries.

Deputy General Director Duong highlighted the significant role of Mexico and Notimex in Latin America, and agreed to seek measures to promote co-operation in exchanging information, professional experience and training between the two agencies.

During the visit, Duong was welcomed by General Secretary of the Mexican Labour Party Alberto Anaya Gutierrez, who briefed him on his country's current situation and reiterated its friendship and solidarity towards the Vietnamese people.

The VNA delegation led by Deputy General Director Nguyen Hoai Duong left Mexico for Cuba on Friday.



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