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April, 17 2014 09:09:00

President receives Mongolian Prosecutor

President Truong Tan Sang (R)  meets with Prosecutor General of Mongolia Dorligjav Dambii in Ha Noi.— VNA/VNS Photo Nguyen Khang

HA NOI (VNS)— Viet Nam always treasures ties with traditional friends and stands ready to expand all-round cooperation with Mongolia, including in the field of justice, President Truong Tan Sang has said.

The state leader made the remarks during his meeting, on Tuesday, with Prosecutor General of Mongolia Dorligjav Dambii, who is on a working visit to Viet Nam.

He highly valued the outcome of the meeting between the Mongolian Prosecutors' Office and the Viet Nam Supreme People's Procuracy, which aims to realise a high-level agreement reached by the two sides during Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdori's visit to Viet Nam in 2013.

Sang said the two countries would mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties this year, noting that Viet Nam always remembered the support extended by the Mongolian people to Viet Nam during the country's struggle for independence.

Expressing his delight at all that Mongolia had achieved in recent years, the leader expressed his hope that the country would gain further successes in the future.

In reply, Dambii spoke highly of Viet Nam's developments in various fields, especially in the field of judicial reform.

He called on Vietnamese leaders to create favourable conditions for the two procuracies to step up the exchange of delegations and enhance co-operation in personnel training, while putting in place mechanisms for the implementation of outstanding agreements. — VNS

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