New Zealand and Vietnam boost agricultural ties

Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development holding up the agreement with New Zealand. - New Zealand Embassy in Vietnam

HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): New Zealand and Vietnam on Wednesday (Feb 24) added a new link to their flourishing agriculture relationship by signing an Agriculture Cooperation Arrangement at the first New Zealand – Vietnam Agricultural Dialogue.

The dialogue was held virtually by Chief Executive of the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries, Ray Smith, and Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) Lê Quốc Doanh.

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