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March, 06 2014 09:25:08

NA Chairman meets foreign ambassadors

HA NOI (VNS)— National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung welcomed the new ambassadors from Japan and Azerbaijan to Viet Nam, during a meeting yesterday in Ha Noi.

In his meeting with Japanese ambassador Hiroshi Fukada, Hung affirmed that the NA would make every effort to work with the Japanese parliament and people to further the two countries' co-operation, as well as deepen their strategic partnerships.

The NA Chairman told the new ambassador that relations between the two countries are growing across the board, bringing practical benefits to both nations and peoples.

The same day, Hung vowed to offer all support to the new Azerbaijan Ambassador to Viet Nam, Anar Imanov, expressing his wish to deepen ties between the two nations.

Hung said he believed Azerbaijan's first ambassador to Viet Nam would push forward bilateral connections.

As part of a time-honoured friendship, Viet Nam and Azerbaijan could foster partnerships in national defence, security, culture, education and trade, he said. — VNS


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