Exhibition on Vietnam's people, culture opens in Hungary
|Artist preserves and promotes traditional paintings|
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|An exhibition featuring large-sized paintings on Vietnam’s landscapes, people and culture opened on February 12 in a pedestrian zone in Budapest, Hungary.|
|It was originally planned to take place last year to celebrate the 70th founding anniversary of Vietnam-Hungary diplomatic ties, but put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|After the event, the paintings will be displayed at other exhibition zones in Budapest and across Hungary to promote Vietnam’s images to Hungarian and international friends.|
|Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Tien Thuc took this occasion to grant an interview to a local TV station, which will be broadcast on Hungary’s major channels.|
|HCM City, Hungary expand cooperation in various fields |
Hungarian Consul General Szojka Éva Szivia pledged to intensify cooperation with Ho Chi Minh City in economy, education, culture, innovation and people-to-people diplomacy.
|Diverse activities mark Vietnam-Hungary diplomatic ties despite COVID-19 |
Despite being affected as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event attracted the participation of approximately 80 delegates and guests from both nations.
|Hungary wishes to further strengthen comprehensive partnership with Vietnam |
According to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó, Hungary wishes to enhance the comprehensive partnership and spoke highly of Vietnam’s increasingly important role ...