Vietnamese Prime Minister visits Brazil for official talks and partnerships

Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính, along with a high-ranking Vietnamese delegation, arrived at Sao Paulo International Airport on September 23, marking the start of an official visit to Brazil. The visit, which lasts from September 23 to 26, comes as a result of an invitation from Brazil’s President Lula da Silva.

During this visit, PM Chính and President Lula da Silva have a packed agenda that includes formal talks, a joint press conference, and the signing and exchange of cooperation agreements between the two nations. The Vietnamese leader will also engage in meetings with leaders of Brazil’s National Congress, members of the parliamentary friendship group, representatives from local political parties and friendship organizations, and officials from the state of Sao Paulo.

Additionally, PM Chính will take the opportunity to visit the Vietnamese Embassy in Brazil and meet with the vibrant Vietnamese community residing in the country. He will also inaugurate a photo exhibition highlighting the life of late President Hồ Chí Minh and the rich history of Vietnam. Furthermore, the visit includes participation in a business forum that brings together leaders from both countries and discussions with top executives from leading Brazilian enterprises.

The visit holds significant potential for strengthening diplomatic ties and fostering partnerships between Vietnam and Brazil across various sectors, including politics, economics, culture, and business. It’s a momentous occasion that symbolizes the growing relations between these two nations.