The Vietnamese government will soon offer an electronic visa service to businesses from Pakistan. Nguyen Tien Phong, the Vietnamese ambassador, made this declaration in his speech to the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FCCI).
The envoy emphasized that improving trade ties between the two nations has been significantly hampered by a lack of knowledge and connectivity. He underlined the necessity of knowing one another and working together to solve problems that we all face.
The ambassador argues that rather than competing, as Vietnam imports and exports a variety of items from Pakistan, the two countries have to work together.
He lauded Faisalabad’s robust textile sector and advocated for it to expand into information technology, possibly reshaping the city into a textile-focused Silicon Valley.
Phong suggested that Pakistani businesspeople and Vietnamese companies may collaborate on technological projects. Vietnam is also willing to help Pakistan build its tourism industry.
The ambassador offered to arrange B2B meetings between interested parties and endorsed the idea of bilateral trade delegations exchanging visits.
He also recommended that Pakistani producers formally ask the beef group for help in pursuing new export opportunities.