(VOV) – Ambassador Ngo Tien Dung recently visited Maracaibo – Venezuela’s second largest city – to introduce Vietnam’s potential and seek opportunities for cooperation.
He met with municipal leaders and made a fact-finding tour of major economic centres to discuss the possibility of increasing cooperation in agriculture, aquaculture, and eco-tourism between the two countries’ localities.
He attended the opening ceremony of a Vietnamese Film Week in Maracaibo – the capital of Zulia State which has the largest population in Venezuela.
Six Vietnamese films subtitled in Spanish were selected for screening, including Dung Dot (Don’t Burn), Trang Noi Day Gieng (Moon at the bottom of the Well), Rung Den (Black Forest), Doi Cat (Sandy Life) and Vua Bai Rac (Foul King).
Don’t Burn in particular left a fine impression on the local audience as it deepened Venezuelan people’s understanding of Vietnamese people’s brave struggle for national independence during wartime.