(Construction) - On 12 March, Ms. Lord Mayor Sally Capp - Mayor of Melbourne officially welcomed and worked with Mr. Ngo Huong Nam - Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Vietnam in Australia with representatives of Vietnamese businesses on opportunities of cooperation in the fields of economy, culture, tourism and experience exchange between the two sides.
|Mayor of Melbourne welcomed the delegation at the City Hall.|
At the meeting, Ambassador Ngo Huong Nam expressed his thanks to the Mayor for taking the time to receive the delegation. The Ambassador believes that the Vietnamese community in Australia will be a positive and effective bridge for cooperation between Melbourne and individuals and organizations in Vietnam.
The Ambassador introduced and requested to the construction delegations, large real estate having the ability and potential to directly contact and embark on immediate transportation projects, high-rise buildings, real estates, commercial centers, supermarkets. The Ambassador would like the Mayor to care for mechanisms and policies to support Vietnamese business to start successfully.
|Ambassador Ngo Huong Nam and the delegation took a photo with Mayor of Melbourne.|
At the meeting, Ms. Lord Mayor Sally Capp expressed her welcome to Vietnamese bussinesses including construction and real estate sectors and confirmed to support and connect for Vietnamese businesses to Melbourne in particular and Victoria in general as the city mayor authority.
|The mission worked at Red23 International Real Estate Group.|
In the same day, following the work schedule in the city of Melbounre, Ambassador Ngo Huong Nam and the mission including Hoa Binh Construction Group, Dai Nam Son Company worked with Red23 International Real Estate Group on opportunities, modes of cooperation among businesses in the future.
Translated by Khanh Phuong, photo: Ninh Nhi