Vietnamese Ambassador to Vietnam Pham Quoc Tru presents credentials to Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita (Photo: VNA) Algiers (VNA) – Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita expressed his hope to strengthen partnership with Vietnam in many fields during a meeting with Vietnamese Ambassador Pham Quoc Tru who presented his credentials to him in Mali’s capital city of Mamako on March 27. President Keita showed his warm sentiments to Vietnam as well as his admiration towards President Ho Chi Minh. He said that he hopes Ambassador Tru will work to contribute to the growth of the Vietnam-Mali relations. For his part, Ambassador Tru conveyed President Tran Dai Quang’s invitation to visit Vietnam to the host. He affirmed Vietnam’s wish and determination to further bolster partnership with Mali in all areas. Earlier on March 26, the diplomat had a meeting with Malian Foreign Minister Tieman Hubert Coulibaly, during which the two sides discussed measures to boost the development of cooperation between the two countries in the future, especially in economy. They agreed on the need to increase the exchange of delegations, and the completion of legal framework to facilitate bilateral cooperation. They concurred to resume meetings of the Inter-Governmental Committee, while strengthening collaboration… Read full this story
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