A busy day in Ho Chi Minh City of the New Zealand Prime Minister

A busy day in Ho Chi Minh City of the New Zealand Prime Minister - Photo 1.

Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Phan Van Mai shook hands with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the meeting on November 16. “We believe that Ho Chi Minh City plays an important role for the two countries Vietnam – New Zealand to achieve the goal of raising two-way trade to two billion USD by 2024,” she shared – Photo: TTD

A busy day in Ho Chi Minh City of the New Zealand female Prime Minister - Photo 2.

After the meeting, Chairman of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City Phan Van Mai introduced the history and architecture of the headquarters of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City to New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern – Photo: TTD

A busy day in Ho Chi Minh City of the New Zealand female Prime Minister - Photo 3.

While sitting at the opening ceremony of a store at Diamond Plaza, a person accidentally dropped a small product advertising board on the opposite table. While everyone around did not have time to react, the New Zealand Prime Minister quickly left her chair and stepped forward to lift the board and put it back on the shelf in its original position – Photo: TTD

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The Prime Minister of New Zealand spoke and met with delegates at the Forbes Vietnam Women’s Conference. In her speech with the theme “Women change the world”, she inspired leadership, the important role of women in the economy – Photo: TTD

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When Bonnie Slade, a brand representative, took to the stage to launch New Zealand brands with a variety of neck tags, the prime minister immediately stepped up to help Bonnie Slade remove the tag straps for comfort. – Photo: TTD

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Prime Minister Ardern interacts with representatives of New Zealand products. “I believe we can achieve our commercial goals because what I’ve seen in Vietnam is a great connection, we’re not just talking about business but we’re also connecting,” Ms. Ardern said at the closing ceremony. connecting businesses of the two countries – Photo: TTD

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Prime Minister Ardern friendly invited reporters to try New Zealand products – Photo: TTD


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