The agreement was made at a recent meeting between Vietnamese Ambassador to Mexico Lê Thanh Tùng and Mexican Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food Francisco Mayorga.
The two sides acknowledged more dynamic progress on this field since the latest visit of a delegation of the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food to Việt Nam in 2010.
Both sides made positive assessment on advantages and potentials for agricultural development towards the signing an agreement for closer cooperation between the two countries in this field.
Ambassador Tùng suggested that Mexico may learn about rubber and coconut trees growing and processing technology from Việt Nam meanwhile Mexico could help the Southeast Asian country with its experience of breeding fish.
In addition, the two sides can share experiences in shrimp breeding for export and producing agricultural machinery, he added.
For his part, the Mexican Minister highlighted the significance of strengthening the cooperative relations between Mexico and Southeast Asian nations, including Việt Nam, affirming that Mexico hopes to deploy a number of agricultural projects in Việt Nam in the coming time.
The two-way trade turnover between the two countries surpassed US $950 million last year. Both sides are determined to raise the figure to US $1 billion in 2011.