On June 15, 2022, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam coordinated with Lai Chau province and a number of Vietnamese representative agencies abroad to organize a webinar on "Strengthening the export of tea products of Lai Chau province to the markets of the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia”. At the Israel Bridge with the direct attendance of representatives of many agencies, organizations, businesses and expatriates, the Vietnamese Embassy in Israel combined to display a number of typical agricultural products of Vietnam, aiming to bring to the guests a space imbued with Vietnamese identity with practical, rich and diverse experiences, creating a lively atmosphere for discussion besides fragrant cups of Vietnamese tea.
On the same day, the Vietnamese Embassy in Israel hosted a seminar on promoting tourism and promoting trade in Vietnamese agricultural products. At the seminar, Ambassador Ly Duc Trung said that Vietnam currently has many potential gaps to receive investment and production. When coming to Vietnam, Israeli people and businesses can access a rich source of raw materials, imbued with Vietnamese identity in particular and Asia in general, on that basis, the Ambassador encourages travel businesses to organize group tours that take into account agricultural tourism, Israeli investors can also participate in enhancing the value of Vietnamese agricultural products, especially producing goods according to Jewish standards and tastes.
Ambassador Ly Duc Trung said that Israeli technology enterprises can also introduce advanced technologies and techniques to help improve the production capacity of Vietnamese agriculture from seeds, irrigation to harvesting and post-harvest preservation, while emphasizing that increasing the high-tech content also helps create added values and competitiveness for each product when exporting to regional and global markets.
Attending delegates expressed their desire to participate in enjoying cooperation opportunities between the two countries in the field of trade and tourism, emphasizing that Israelis are very eager to visit Vietnam when Vietnam has controlled the epidemic and reopens for international tourism.