On June 13th 2013, Mr. John McAnulty, Australian Consulate-General, would like to visit Can Tho University during his visiting trip to the Vietnamese Mekong Delta. In this visit he paid a visit to and meeting in DRAGON Institute. Warmly welcoming Mr. Mc Anulty at DRAGON Institute’s side was Assoc.Prof. Le Anh Tuan, vice director of DRAGON Institute, Assoc.Prof. Nguyen Hieu Trung, dean of College of Environment and Natural Resources and other staffs of Can Tho University.
Meeting with Mr. John McAnulty, Australian Consulate-General (Photo: DRAGON)
During the meeting, DRAGON Institute’s representatives presented researches and collaboration with Australian institutes, organizations and universities. The meeting resulted to improve relations between DRAGON Institute, Can Tho University and Australian institutes and promote them in the future.
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