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April, 08 2014 08:53:00

VFF President meets with Chinese, Chilean ambassadors

Viet Nam Fatherland Front Central Committee's President Nguyen Thien Nhan (R) receives outgoing Chinese Ambassador Kong Xuanyou.— Photo VGP

HA NOI (VNS)— Viet Nam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee's President Nguyen Thien Nhan received outgoing Chinese Ambassador Kong Xuanyou yesterday, hailing the diplomat's contributions towards boosting ties between Viet Nam and China.

Kong reiterated that he will continue to do his level best to further deepen friendship and cooperation in a bid to consolidate the traditional ties between the two countries in the future.

On the same day, Nhan also met Ambassador of Chile Fernando Urrutia, who asserted that his country was keen on boosting bilateral ties with Viet Nam to greater heights to match the cooperation potential between the two countries.

Nhan categorically stated that the VFF was ready to beef up multifaceted partnership with the country and suggested that the Inter-Governmental Committee should help to raise two-way trade to a higher figure in the coming time. — VNS


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