Cristina Kirchner signed with Vietnam couple of agreements in industry, agriculture and energy (Video)
January 21, 2013
‘President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her pair of Vietnam, Truon Tan Sang, agreed today to advance in future agreements in biotechnology, precision agriculture, peaceful nuclear energy and renewable resources, following a bilateral meeting in Hanoi.
The head of state arrived at the Presidential Palace after 11 minutes (1 am in Argentina) after paying tribute to the fallen soldiers in the war against France and the United States, at the monument of National Heroes and Martyrs, and then visit the mausoleum where the remains of Ho Chi Minh.
After concluding the bilateral meeting at the Palace, which lasted for an hour and a half, two presidents were announced the result in the main hall of the building, accompanied by Argentine government officials and Vietnamese who participated in the meeting.
By giving her speech, Cristina said, “It was a very broad agenda in which we have reviewed each of the industrial, scientific and commercial subjects in which we do foothold to deepen the relationship, not only economic but also cultural and political life of both countries.”
Previously, President Tang confirmed that visit Argentina “soon” in response prior invitation of the Head of State, so Cristina concluded that this visit will be the finishing touch to the celebration for the 40th anniversary of relations diplomatic ties between Argentina and Vietnam.