Hanoi Party Chief begins a five-day visit to Beijing
The visit aims to strengthen bilateral relations between Hanoi and Beijing and other Chinese localities.
Secretary of the Hanoi Communist Party Committee Dinh Tien Dung on September 25 arrived in Beijing to begin a five-day visit in China.
|Hanoi Secretary of the Party Committee Dinh Tien Dung (right) arrives in Beijing on September 25. Photo: Hanoi Party Committee|
Secretary Dung led a group of high-ranking Hanoi delegates to realize the joint statement between Vietnam and China on enhancing the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.
The partnership was strengthened after General Secretary of the Vietnamese Communist Party Nguyen Phu Trong paid a visit to China on October 10-November 11, 2022.
During the five-day trip, the Hanoi delegation will meet high-ranking officials of the Chinese Communist Party, the Chinese Government, Beijing and other localities.
Secretary Dung’s visit will also aim to assure Hanoi and Beijing make efficient and progressive implementation of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) on bilateral relations, which was signed in October 2022, and facilitate future decentralized activities between the two capitals.
The Vietnamese delegates and their Chinese counterparts will discuss existing issues, share experiences, and discuss potential solutions in the relations between Hanoi and Beijing and other Chinese localities.
Discussions will also focus on enhancing bilateral partnerships and encouraging further cooperation in trade, investment and tourism.
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