Virtual exhibition on occasion of 60 years Vietnam - Morocco ties
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|Then Secretary General of Vietnam Nong Duc Manh received the Moroccan Prime Minister Abbas El Fassi on the occasion of his official visit to Vietnam (Hanoi, November 24, 2008). Photo: Nhan Sang/VNA.|
Some 20 photos are being displayed on the official website of the Moroccan Embassy in Vietnam (http://moroccoembassy.vn/) from March 27 to April 30 and on the VNA portal (http://vnanet.vn).
Although the number of photos is not large, they help demonstrate the important strides forward in the two countries’ political relations, most notably high-level meetings.
Mutual high-ranking visits reflect the two countries’ wish to promote the friendship and cooperation between their parliaments, States, and people, as well as their resolve to continue bringing into play and capitalising on the opportunities and huge potential so as to jointly enhance bilateral cooperation and relations.
|Secretary General of Vietnam Nguyên Phu Trong received the President of the House of Representatives of Morocco Habib El Malki, on an official visit to Vietnam (Hanoi, December 19, 2017). Photo: Tri Dung/VNA|
In 2006, Vietnam and Morocco opened their embassies in each other’s capitals - an important milestone in bilateral ties.
Within the framework of the Francophone community, Vietnam and Morocco have carried out a number of practical cooperation activities. In recent years, the Moroccan Embassy has taken part in the sponsorship of the “Young Francophone Reporters” contest held by Le Courrier du Vietnam, a VNA newspaper.
VNA and the Moroccan News Agency (MAP) established a partnership in 2008. Via their news, the two agencies have continually made practical contributions to the intensification of cooperation and, especially, acted as a bridge linking Vietnamese and Moroccan businesses who wish to seek opportunities to tap into their respective sides’ potential and people-to-people exchanges.
The photo exhibition, part of a series of events held this year to mark the 60th anniversary of the two countries’ diplomatic relations, expresses the respect for the sound traditional ties between Vietnam and Morocco.
|Talks between the President of the House of Representatives of Morocco, Abdelwahed Radi and former Prime Minister Phan Van Khai, on the occasion of his official visit to Morocco (Rabat, November 19, 2004). Photo: The Thuan/VNA|
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