Receiving Szilveszter Bus, Deputy State Secretary of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, on October 12, Phong affirmed that agreements between the city and Hungary’s Budapest capital in human resources training and clean water management and use have proved effective .
Delighted with fine development of the two countries’ relations, particularly in southern Vietnamese localities, Bus affirmed that Hungary always wants to boost collaboration with Vietnam and become Vietnam’s leading partner in Central Europe.
Hungary seriously hopes to make contributions to Ho Chi Minh City’s smart urban building and development, he said.
He asked municipal leaders to create favourable conditions for Hungarian enterprises to seek investment opportunities in the city in the fields of education, urban infrastructure, wastewater treatment, and supply of high-quality farm produce.
He also pledged to facilitate the construction of the Can Tho Tumour Hospital so that it can be put into operation soon to serve health care in the Mekong Delta region and reduce overloads of Ho Chi Minh City’s hospitals.