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Vietnam advances relations with US and North Korea after Hanoi summit: PM

Updated at Friday, 01 Mar 2019, 12:27
The Hanoitimes - On this occasion, Vietnam has promoted the image of a peace-loving country with many achievements during the economic reform and global integration processes, local media reported.
By hosting the summit, Vietnam has played an active role facilitating peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula, which is also an opportunity for Vietnam to advance its relations with the US and North Korea to a new level, according to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. 
 
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Source: VGP.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Source: VGP.
In spite of a short time after the official notice, Vietnam’s effort as the host has been highly regarded by the US and North Korean leaders, as well as from the world community, PM Phuc said at the government’s monthly meeting on March 1. 

This result once again emphasized Vietnam’s foreign policy of independence, self-reliance, peace, cooperation and development, showcasing Vietnam as a responsible member of the world community, Phuc added. 

On this occasion, Vietnam has promoted the image of a peace-loving country with many achievements during the economic reform and global integration processes. 

According to Phuc, Vietnam has introduced to the world a country with diversified culture and cuisines, friendly and open people. 

On this note, he commended Hanoi’s local authority in making the capital green, beautiful and an orderly city during the summit. 

Despite the unexpected outcome of the summit, the PM said the event has set direction for more positive news in the future and ultimately the peace in the Korean Peninsula. 

US President Donald Trump left Vietnam yesterday after holding a press conference on the no-deal summit. Trump acknowledged that US sanctions against North Korea remain the biggest sticking point in negotiations with North Korea. 

Meanwhile, North Korean leader Kim remains in Vietnam where he is due to begin an official state visit Friday.
Hai Yen
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