HA NOI (VNS)— Viet Nam and Laos plan to hold a ceremony upon the completion of their land border marker planting in July at the Thanh Thuy-Nam On border gate between Vie Nam's central Nghe An province and Laos' Bolikhamsay province.
A proposal for the ceremony was put forward at a meeting of the Viet Nam-Laos Joint Committee on Border Marker Planting in Ha Noi yesterday.
The Vietnamese delegation at the meeting was led by Deputy Foreign Minister Ho Xuan Son, who is also Head of the National Boundary Commission and Chairman of the Viet Nam-Laos Joint Committee on Border Marker Planting.
Meanwhile, the Lao delegation was headed by Bounkeut Sangsomsack , Deputy Foreign Minister, Head of the National Border Committee and Chairman of the Laos-Viet Nam Joint Committee on Border Marker Planting.
At the meeting, the two sides reviewed their work since 2008 and expressed their pleasure at the completion of upgrading land markers along the Viet Nam-Laos common border line, thanks to the efforts of the two governments and relevant ministries, sectors and localities. — VNS