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President Reuven Rivlin
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President Rivlin departs for a state visit to Vietnam
The president is joined by delegations of Israeli business leaders and heads of Israeli defense industry firms, and says that the state visit will 'promote prosperity and growth of both countries.'
President Reuven Rivlin departed Saturday night for a state visit to Vietnam at the invitation of the country’s president, Trần Đại Quang.

 

 

Rivlin was accompanied on his visit by a delegation of Israeli business leaders headed by President of Israel’s Manufacturers' Association, Shraga Brosh, and a further delegation of heads of Israeli defense industry firms, led by Director General of the International Defense Cooperation Directorate of the Israel Ministry of Defense Brig. Gen. (res.) Michel Ben-Baruch.

 

President Reuven Rivlin (Photo: Motti Kimchi)
President Reuven Rivlin (Photo: Motti Kimchi)

 

The president commented, “This visit represents an expression of the growing friendship between our two countries.”

 

He added, “We see in Vietnam a country leading Asia, and we are following with appreciation their impressive economic growth. Security and economic cooperation between us will promote this prosperity and growth of both countries, and will contribute to the stability to each of our regions.”

 

Rivlin continued, “I believe that cooperation between Israel and Vietnam can contribute to the advancement and improvement of the lives of many. Together we can promote food security, agricultural advancements, water technologies, education, health, hi-tech, and cyber.

 

"We hope that over the course of this visit we will be able to advance in a very significant way efforts toward the signing of a free trade agreement between Israel and Vietnam, and to the strengthening of the firm friendship between our peoples.”

 

President of Israel’s Manufacturers' Association, Shraga Brosh, commented, “I am grateful to President Rivlin for including this prestigious business delegation in his visit to Vietnam. I am sure that this visit will promote trade with Vietnam, open doors, and strengthen the economic ties between the countries.”

 

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