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May, 07 2014 08:46:00

Politburo member receives Lao, Cambodian Deputy PMs

Politburo member Le Hong Anh (L)  meets Lao Deputy Prime Minister Asang Laoly in Ha Noi yesterday.

HA NOI (VNS) — Politburo member Le Hong Anh welcomed Lao Deputy Prime Minister Asang Laoly and Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An yesterday.

They came to Viet Nam to attend the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu victory (May 7), which led to the signing of the 1954 Geneva Accord, in which France agreed to withdraw its forces from Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia.

At the Ha Noi meeting, Anh, who is also a permanent member of the Party Central Committee's Secretariat, congratulated the Lao and Cambodian peoples on their achievements during national construction and development.

Politburo member Le Hong Anh receives Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An in Ha Noi yesterday. — VNA/VNS Photos Doan Tan

He spoke highly of the fine development in the relations between Viet Nam and Laos and Cambodia, saying that the Vietnamese Party, Government and ministries would do all they can to further strengthen these ties, thus contributing to the prosperity of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

The guests said that their countries always treasured their traditional relations with Viet Nam.

They agreed to continue boosting these connections with an eye to furthering the development of each nation as well as the peace, stability and prosperity of the whole region. — VNS

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