Updated  
April, 29 2014 22:32:00

Bruneian naval vessel begins Vietnam visit

The vessel of Royal Brunei Navy arrives at Hai Phong port on April 29. — Photo baomoi

HAI PHONG (VNS) — Vessel KDB Darulehsan of the Royal Brunei Navy with 70 officers and crew members on board arrived at Hai Phong port, the northern city of Hai Phong, on April 29, starting an official visit to Vietnam.

 

Captain of the Royal Brunei Navy's vessel (left)  shakes hands with Deputy Commander of Vietnamese Navy. — Photo baomoi

During their stay till May 2, the guests will visit the Naval High Command and play volleyball matches with officers and soldiers of the Vietnam People's Navy.

This is the first visit to Vietnam by a Bruneian naval ship, which is expected to help foster the cooperation and mutual trust between the two countries' armies and peoples. — VNA/VNS


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