PM Dung welcomes UNESCO chief
PM Dung emphasised that the recognition is of great significance as the capital city is celebrating the Thang Long-Hanoi millennium anniversary from October 1.
He also expressed thanks for Bokova for her speech at the event’s inauguration and reiterated
“During the national construction,
He continued by saying that
The Vietnamese Government has, therefore, looked for strong co-operation in this field with foreign countries and international organisations, especially the UNESCO.
For her part, Bokova, who is on a working visit to
She sounded satisfied at the recent fine development of bilateral relations between the UNESCO and
UNESCO has always stood by and supported
Bokova also expressed her impression upon
She pledged to work with local ministries and agencies to provide assistance in general and tertiary education as well as advanced technology application in teaching, thus bringing
During her stay, Bokova signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on co-operation with the Vietnam National UNESCO Committee, focusing on education, social and natural sciences, heritage culture and human resource development.
At the press briefing on October 1, the UNESCO chief pledged to continue with co-operation and assistance with
All this is expected to contribute to economic development and building an equal and comprehensive society, Bokova said.
In the recent past, the UNESCO has provided strong assistance to