Vietnam and Ireland to Cooperate on Agriculture

On Nov 3rd, the Vietnam Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and Ambassador of Ireland in Vietnam Damien Cole signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the field of agriculture and rural development between the two governments, on seafood farming, preservation technology, post-harvest processing.

The signing of the MoU will provide a legal basis to promote and enhance cooperation between the two countries and as such bring more investment into Vietnam from Ireland. This partnership will focus on aquatic agricultural production, preservation technology, post-harvest processing, quality management and trade promotion, investment in agriculture and fisheries.

The signing of a memorandum today will ensure a close relationship already established between Ireland and Vietnam in the field of agriculture, creating more opportunities to exchange experience and cooperation.

Vietnam appreciated the importance of partnerships Vietnam-Ireland. Since establishing diplomatic relations at ambassadorial level in 1996, leaders of the two countries have many mutual official visit aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in the fields of politics, diplomacy, and boost the sector different cooperation.

Ireland is a country with a lot of experience in the transition from an agricultural country into a modern industrial country with the use of modern technology and the application of scientific research to enhance the value added of agricultural products.

The Ambassador of Ireland in Vietnam also shares opinions that Ireland considers agriculture as the key to relationship in developing economic relations with Vietnam.

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