Dec 12, 2013 / 09:26

PM receives foreign diplomats

PM Nguyen Tan Dung on Wednesday highly valued active contributions of Thailand’s outgoing Ambassador to Viet Nam, Anuson Chinvanno, to the multi-faceted ties between the two countries over the past years.

The Government chief affirmed that Viet Nam would spare no effort to deepen the bilateral relations for mutual benefits.

The Thai Ambassador thanked the Vietnamese Government for creating favorable conditions for him to fulfill his tasks in Viet Nam. He pledged to continue efforts to nurture the friendship and cooperation between the two countries.


PM Nguyen Tan Dung and new Indian Ambassador to Viet Nam, Preeti Saran, Ha Noi, December 11, 2013

Welcoming the new Ambassador of India to Viet Nam the same day, Preeti Saran, PM Dung expressed his pleasure at the fine developments of the bilateral relations, particularly in such fields like politics, diplomacy, economics, trade and investment, culture and education.

PM Dung asked the two sides to further exchange delegations at all levels and support each other at regional and international forums.

The Vietnamese Government would create favorable conditions for Ambassador Preeti Saran during his working term in Viet Nam, PM Dung affirmed, adding that Viet Nam advocates India’s Look East Policy.

Ambassador Preeti Saran said India attaches importance to beefing up the strategic partnership with Viet Nam, enhancing people-to-people exchanges, and opening direct air route to between the two countries.