The Chief Minister of Assam is leading a high ranking delegation to visit Vietnam from May 13 to 16 at the invitation of the PCC’s Commission for External Relations.

Head of the PCC’s Commission for External Relations Hoang Binh Quan (L) welcoming Chief Minister of Assam Sarbananda Sonowal

During the talks, Quan highlighted this first-ever visit of the delegation to Vietnam in the framework of the Guest of Honor Program agreed by the PCC’s Commission for External Relations and the Ministry of External Affairs of India, saying that it aimed to realize the agreement reached by the two countries’ leadership, contributing to cementing Vietnam-India’s time-honored relationship and comprehensive strategic partnership in general and enhancing cooperation between Vietnamese localities and the Indian state of Assam.

For his part, the Chief Minister of Assam held that the state has advantages in agriculture-forestry-fishery, minerals, tourism, and services. He also underscored the useful and necessary experience gained and the many cooperation opportunities created during the visit.

Translated by Mai Huong