Documentary films on Vietnam screened in Mexico

The Mexico city Department of Cultural Affairs and the Vietnamese Embassy in Mexico opened a screening of documentary films at the San Fernando museum.

The Mexico city Department of Cultural Affairs and the Vietnamese Embassy in Mexico opened a screening of documentary films at the San Fernando museum.

Addressing the event, First Secretary of the Vietnamese Embassy to Mexico, Dao Van Dung thanked the Mexican city authorities, especially the Department of Cultural Affairs for their help in bringing real images on Vietnam and its people and culture to Mexican audiences.

Documentary films on Vietnam screened in Mexico
He stressed that the event was in the framework of activities to mark the 40th anniversary of Vietnam – Mexico diplomatic ties (1975 – 2015). He also hoped the event would help the two countries’ audiences, especially youngsters, to have a clearer view and understanding of Vietnam’s struggles against foreign aggression and the cause of national construction and defence.

Mr. Marco Rascon Cordova, General Coordinator of the Mexico City Department of Cultural Affairs said the lessons of patriotism, courage and sacrifice for country of the Vietnamese people and lessons of overcoming difficulties to construct a better country of Vietnam still remain valuable and helpful for Mexico and other countries in the world.

The film screening will include documentary films of “79 mua xuan” (79 Springs) by famous Cuban director Santiago Alvarez; “Mexico – Vietnam: Two brotherly nations” by director Oscar Menendez and “Hello Vietnam” by the Vietnamese Ministry off Foreign Affairs./.

( VNF )

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