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January, 16 2014 08:47:00

PM lauds Egyptian ambassador's contribution to relations

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung meets Egyptian Ambassador, Mohamed Reda Kamel El-Taify in Ha Noi yesterday.— VNA/VNS Photo Duc Tam

HA NOI (VNS)— Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung praised the departing Egyptian Ambassador, Mohamed Reda Kamel El-Taify, for his fostering co-operation between the two countries, especially in economics and trade.

Meeting the outgoing diplomat yesterday, Dung underscored that Viet Nam attaches much importance to co-operation with Egypt for mutual benefit and development of both countries.

He added that he hoped the ambassador would continue exerting efforts to further cooperation between Viet Nam and Egypt.

Ambassador Kamel El-Taify noted that his country was keen to boost ties with Viet Nam, especially in economics and trade. — VNS

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