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Chairman Nguyen Tu Quynh receives Ambassador of the Philippines to Vietnam

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(BNP) – Chairman of Provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Tu Quynh on August 18th received and worked with Mr. Noel Servigon, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Philippines to Vietnam.(BNP) – Chairman of Provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Tu Quynh on August 18th received and worked with Mr. Noel Servigon, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Philippines to Vietnam.

Chairman Nguyen Tu Quynh presented gift to Mr. Noel Servigon.

Addressing at the reception, Mr. Noel Servigon thanked Bac Ninh’s leaders for the warm as well as expressed his admiration for the culture rich and steeped in culture and tradition as well as the great achievements in socio-economic development of Bac Ninh. He expressed his deep sense of gratitude to the provincial leaders to care for and facilitate 02 businesses from the Philippines, which are Liwayway and Oishi, to implement investment projects in this province. He expressed his wish that two sides would continue promoting business cooperation between the Philippines and Bac Ninh enterprises in the coming time.
 
On behalf of provincial leaders, Chairman Nguyen Tu Quynh was delighted to welcome the Ambassador’s visit to Bac Ninh, as well as briefed on outstanding achievements of province’s socio-economic development for the past few years. With favorable geographical and attractive incentives, Bac Ninh is among leading provinces nationwide for FDI attraction with over 1,000 projects and total registered capital of about USD 12.5 billion. There are many large corporations from 30 countries and territories in the world.
 
Along with the development of the economy, Bac Ninh also devotes a lot of resources to develop education, health and social welfare policies. Bac Ninh is known as a rich land with cultural heritage and traditions, a home of thousands of historical and cultural sites, notably Quan Ho- the folk songs, which is recognized as intangible cultural heritage of mankind by UNESCO.

The Chairman hoped that Ambassador Noel Servigon would be a bridge for Philippines’ citizens and investors to know the potential of tourism, culture and economic development of Bac Ninh province, thus contributing to the cooperation between the Philippines and Vietnam in general, and Bac Ninh in particular.
After the meeting, Mr. Noel Servigon visited several prominent factories and historical sites of the province.
 
Immediately after the meeting, Ambassador Noel Servigon visited a number of factories and historical relics in the province.