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11/07/2018 - 16:34

Hue and Takayama sign memorandum of friendship and cooperation

On the afternoon of July 10, the People's Committee of Hue city held a ceremony to sign a memorandum of friendship and cooperation between Hue city and Japanese city of Takayama, and a meeting of businesses from the two cities.

Mr. Nguyen Van Thanh, Chairman of Hue city’s People's Committee and Mr. Ryosuke Nishikura, Deputy Mayor of Takayama city sign the memorandum of friendship and cooperation.

The signing ceremony was attended by Mr. Huynh Cu, Hue Municipal Party Committee Secretary; Mr. Nguyen Van Thanh, Chairman of Hue city’s People's Committee; Mr. Ryosuke Nishikura, Deputy Mayor of Takayama city; Mr. Shinichi Asazuma, envoy of the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam; and nearly 100 businesses of the two cities.

With the desire to promote friendly and cooperative relations between Vietnam and Japan, and enhance common understanding and friendly cooperation, the two cities signed the memorandum of understanding, including five contents: promoting exchanges and cooperation activities in the field of tourism, conservation and promotion of cultural heritage values, education, commercial economy and agriculture.

Leaders and businesses of Hue city and Takayama city pose for a photo.

In the coming time, the two cities will regularly exchange experiences in exploiting cultural heritages, developing tourism, cooperating and supporting each other; as well as exchange experiences in the protection of the landscapes, preservation and promotion of tangible and intangible cultural heritage values; promotion of educational cooperation programs; and exchange experiences in the field of agricultural development, etc.

At the ceremony, businesses from the two sides learned about opportunities for investment cooperation in the fields of tourism, preservation of cultural heritages, agricultural development, promotion of educational development programs to research and set up investment plans to strengthen the cooperative relationship between the two cities.

Story and photos: Thanh Huong