WARMLY WELCOMED NEWZEALAND AMBASSADOR IN VIETNAM

09:22:3320/03/2017

DNC) – On 15th August, 2016 Nam Can Tho University was pleased to welcome Mr. Haike Manning - New Zealand Ambassador in Vietnam visiting and working with the University

(DNC) – On 15th August, 2016 Nam Can Tho University was pleased to welcome Mr. Haike Manning - New Zealand Ambassador in Vietnam visiting and working with the University. On the side of the school, there was Labour Hero, People's Teacher, Prof. Dr. Vo Tong Xuan, the Rector of the school, represented staff members, lecturers and students welcomed the delegation.

 

Picture 1: Prof. Dr. Vo Tong Xuan, Rector of the school , welcomes Mr. Haike Manning -  New Zealand Ambassador in Vietnam in front of the administrative  -  amphitheater area of  Nam Can Tho University (Photo: DNC)

 

At the meeting, the school leader sent warm greetings to the delegation of New Zealand Ambassador. He also shared information about training activities, scientific research, and remarkable cooperation with international partners which are agencies, organizations, institutes and universities through nearly 4 years of development.

At the meeting, Mr. Haike Manning said that he was delighted to have received such warm welcome from the school. The delegation expressed the hope to strengthen cooperation with Nam Can Tho University in terms of agricultural economics, development of education, exchange of scientific literature, and cooperation in education with faculty members and students of the school.

 

Picture 2: Representatives of the two sides share highlights and plan cooperation in the future

(Photo: DNC)

 On behalf of the University, Prof. Dr. Vo Tong Xuan appreciated the delegation’s goodwill and desired to have more opportunities for cooperation between Nam Can Tho University and New Zealand Ambassador Group in the field of education and other areas in the future. Besides, he confirmed the presence of the delegation proved that the relationship and the need for cooperation between the two sides are on the rise.