Vietnamese Prime Minister Visits Riyadh
The Saudi capital played host today to the Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on an historic official visit. Upon his arrival at Riyadh’s airport, he was warmly welcomed by the Deputy Amir of the region.
The Vietnamese Prime Minister commenced his state visit to Saudi Arabia with the aim of strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries and discussing matters of mutual interest. This visit is a significant step in the relationship between Vietnam and Saudi Arabia.
The Deputy Amir of the region, who personally greeted the Vietnamese leader upon his arrival, emphasized the importance of this visit in strengthening relations between the two nations. He expressed his hope for diplomatic and economic ties to further develop.
The Vietnamese Prime Minister stated that his visit to Saudi Arabia is geared towards bolstering bilateral cooperation, particularly in the realms of economics, trade, and culture. He expressed his desire to enhance relations between the two nations and promote peace and stability in the region.
During his visit, the Vietnamese Prime Minister is expected to meet with senior Saudi officials and discuss matters of mutual interest. Additionally, he is set to participate in economic meetings aimed at enhancing trade cooperation between the two countries.
This visit marks a significant milestone in the relationship between Vietnam and Saudi Arabia, and it is likely to strengthen bilateral cooperation across various domains. Both countries share a common interest in promoting peace and prosperity in the region, and this visit represents a step forward in that direction.
In summary, the Vietnamese Prime Minister’s visit to Riyadh holds great significance for the relationship between Vietnam and Saudi Arabia, paving the way for strengthened bilateral cooperation.