Danish Crown Prince Frederik left Ho Chi Minh City on the evening of December 1, finishing his visit to Vietnam at the invitation of Vietnamese Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan.
Before leaving Vietnam, the Crown Prince met with the People’s Committee Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City, Le Hoang Quan, who considered the Crown Prince’s visit as a showing of the Danish Royalty and people’s valuable sentiment and belief in the improvement of the traditional friendship and co-operation between Vietnam and Denmark.
The Crown Prince expressed his positive impression of Ho Chi Minh City’s rapid development. He was also satisfied with cultural and artistic exchange activities on the 40th anniversary of establishment of the two countries’ relations, saying that exchange activities helped enhance Vietnam-Denmark relations.
The same day, the Crown Prince attended the inauguration ceremonies of the Cai Mep port in Ba Ria – Vung Tau southern province and a representative office of Danish business.