|Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese National Assembly, Huynh Ngoc Son (Right) meets with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's president of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly , Kim Yong Nam, in Pyongyang. — Photo VNA
PYONGYANG (VNS) — Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese National Assembly, Huynh Ngoc Son, visited Kim Yong Nam, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) president of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, yesterday during a trip to the country.
President Kim told Son that he considered the delegation's visit to the DPRK a landmark event in consolidating and strengthening the traditional co-operative and friendly ties between the DPRK and Viet Nam, which were established by the late President Ho Chi Minh and late President Kim Il-sung.
Son said he was delighted to lead a delegation from the Vietnamese National Assembly to the DPRK on the occasion of the two countries' 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations.
He said the visit also aimed to deepen the traditional friendship and multifaceted co-operation between the two assemblies and the two peoples. — VNS