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Gov’t chief receives new Bulgarian Ambassador

VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh hosted a reception for new Bulgarian Ambassador to Viet Nam Pavlin Todorov, in Ha Noi on April 11.

Posts Kim Loan

April 12, 2024 11:00 AM GMT+7
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Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh (R) shakes hands with new Bulgarian Ambassador to Viet Nam Pavlin Todorov, Ha Noi, April 11, 2024 – Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac

The host leader praised the robust developments in the bilateral political ties. He proposed the two countries work closely to celebrate the 75th anniversary of their diplomatic ties in 2025.

The Government leader proposed Bulgaria enable the remaining EU member states to ratify the EU-Viet Nam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA) and support the removal of the European Commission's "yellow card" warning imposed on Viet Nam regarding illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing activities.

He underlined the Vietnamese government's commitment to creating favorable conditions for Vietnamese and Bulgarian business circles.

He also proposed Bulgaria further support the Vietnamese expatriate community so that they can better integrate and serve as a link in promoting the friendship between the two nations.

On this occasion, he conveyed greetings and an invitation to pay an official visit to Viet Nam from Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong to the President of Bulgaria.

In reply, the guest leader promised to boost friendship and cooperation between Bulgaria and Viet Nam, focusing on enhancing exchanges at all levels to build political trust and develop trade and investment ties.

He also vowed to work with Vietnamese partners to organize commemorative activities for the 75th anniversary of the diplomatic ties in 2025.

He affirmed the European nation’s recognition of Viet Nam's significant role and position in the region and voice his support for Viet Nam in its relations with the EU./.