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January, 29 2014 17:54:00

Vietnam, Laos boost information cooperation

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam (right) received Laotian Minister Bosengkham Vongdara on January 28. -- Photo baodientu.chinhphu.vn

HA NOI -- Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam received in Ha Noi on January 28 a delegation of the Lao Ministry of Information, Culture, led by Minister Bosengkham Vongdara.

At the reception, the Deputy Prime Minister spoke highly bilateral cooperation in culture, information and tourism, stressing that Vietnam is willing to share Laos experience in the field.

In the future, the two countries will continue sharing experience in the human resources management and training and modernisation of media agencies, Dam said.

For his part, the Lao Minister thanked Vietnam for providing effective assistance to Laos in various areas over the years.

He informed the Deputy PM Dam on the outcomes of his delegation during the visit. It signed a cooperation document in the coming time with the Ministry of Information and Communications, and worked with the Vietnam Television and Radio the Voice of Vietnam to outline future cooperation plans. -- VNS

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