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March, 06 2014 09:30:09

Vietnamese book honours Chavez

HA NOI (VNS)— The Venezuelan Embassy in Viet Nam launched a book titled "Hugo Chavez Frias: Political Thoughts on Socialism in the 21st Century" in Ha Noi yesterday to mark the first death anniversary of the Venezuelan President.

Nguyen Giap Tuat Deputy Director of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics and Public Administration, said at the launch that the book, published in both Vietnamese and Spanish, demonstrated the friendship and solidarity between the Vietnamese and Venezuelan people. He welcomed it as a valuable resource for those interested in Venezuela and President Chavez, as well as the academy's lecturers and students.

Venezuelan Ambassador Jorge Rondon Uzcategui stated that the book represented the thoughts, life and career of the late president, as well as the developing friendship between the two countries.

The two nations celebrate the 25th anniversary of their diplomatic ties this year. — VNS


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