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April, 29 2014 08:37:00

VN hopes to forge stronger ties with Mongolia

Mongolian President Tsakhigiin Elbegdorj meets with Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (R). —  VNA/VNS Photo

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam has always attached great importance to its friendship with Mongolia and is keen to boost the relationship in a more comprehensive and practical manner.

The sentiment was voiced by Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc while welcoming Mongolian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Damba Gankhuyag, in Ha Noi yesterday, who is on a working visit to Viet Nam.

Phuc called on the two countries' businesses to enhance their trade exchanges and investment in order to access new co-operation opportunities.

In response, the Mongolian Deputy Foreign Minister expressed optimism that Viet Nam and Mongolia will strengthen co-operation in investment and trade, focusing on areas, such as mining, tourism, agriculture, employment, and light industry, while continuing their collaboration at international forums. — VNS

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