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Dominica and Vietnam Sign Visa Exemption Agreement, Boosting Ties

Dominica and Vietnam have signed a visa exemption agreement for holders of diplomatic and official passports, a move that is expected to boost bilateral relations between the two countries.

The agreement was inked by Dominica's Minister for Planning, Economic Development, Climate Resilience, Sustainable Development, and Renewable Energy, Vince Henderson, and Vietnamese Foreign Minister, Bui Thanh Son, on September 22 on the sidelines of the ongoing 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Henderson said the visa exemption agreement is a crucial step towards strengthening bilateral relations between Dominica and Vietnam. He also expressed his hope that the two countries will continue to bolster their ties in other areas, such as trade, investment, and tourism.

For his part, Son said that Vietnam values its relationship with Dominica and is committed to working with the country to further deepen ties. He also expressed his support for Dominica's efforts to develop its economy and improve the lives of its people.

The signing of the visa exemption agreement is a positive development for both Dominica and Vietnam. It will make it easier for government officials and other dignitaries to travel between the two countries, which could lead to increased cooperation and collaboration in a variety of areas.

In addition to the visa exemption agreement, the two countries are also exploring ways to cooperate in other areas, such as double taxation avoidance agreements, science, technology, education, and agriculture. This cooperation could help to boost trade and investment between the two countries and promote sustainable development.

The signing of the visa exemption agreement is a sign of the growing ties between Dominica and Vietnam. The two countries have a lot to offer each other, and there is great potential for cooperation in a variety of areas.


The visa exemption agreement between Dominica and Vietnam is expected to benefit both countries in a number of ways.

Increased tourism: The visa exemption agreement will make it easier for people from both countries to travel to each other, which could lead to an increase in tourism. This could benefit both countries by creating jobs and generating revenue.

Increased trade and investment: The visa exemption agreement could also lead to an increase in trade and investment between the two countries. This is because it will make it easier for businesses to send representatives to each other and to explore opportunities for collaboration.

Stronger cultural ties: The visa exemption agreement could also help to strengthen cultural ties between the two countries. This is because it will make it easier for people from both countries to visit each other and learn about each other's cultures.

More efficient government cooperation: The visa exemption agreement could also make it easier for government officials from both countries to travel to each other and attend meetings and conferences. This could lead to more efficient government cooperation and collaboration on a variety of issues.

Overall, the visa exemption agreement between Dominica and Vietnam is a positive development for both countries. It is expected to benefit both countries in a number of ways, including increased tourism, increased trade and investment, stronger cultural ties, and more efficient government cooperation.

In addition to the benefits listed above, the visa exemption agreement could also lead to the following:

  • Increased people-to-people exchanges: The visa exemption agreement could make it easier for students, academics, and other individuals to travel between Dominica and Vietnam. This could lead to increased people-to-people exchanges and cross-cultural understanding.
  • Greater awareness of each other's countries: The visa exemption agreement could also help to raise awareness of Dominica and Vietnam in each other's countries. This could lead to new opportunities for cooperation and collaboration.

Overall, the visa exemption agreement is a welcome development that is expected to benefit both Dominica and Vietnam.

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