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March, 24 2014 08:45:00

PM to stress safety at nuclear summit

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung

HA NOI (VNS) — Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung left Ha Noi yesterday for the 3rd Nuclear Security Summit at The Hague in the Netherlands that starts today at the invitation of his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte.

Dung is expected to deliver a speech at the summit to affirm the country's consistent policy of using nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, ensuring nuclear safety and security and measures which Viet Nam has taken in the summit's framework to contribute to the concerted efforts of the international community.

He will also meet high-ranking leaders of other countries on the sidelines of the event.

After the summit, the PM is scheduled to visit Cuba and Haiti. — VNS



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