Vietnam, Mongolia boost cooperative ties


Vietnam attaches great importance to developing relations with traditional friends, including Mongolia, said Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh while receiving his Mongolian counterpart Ukhnaa Khurelsukh in Hanoi on January 7.

Vietnam is willing to share its experience and promote the multifaceted cooperation with Mongolia in their potential areas, Mr Manh told Khurelsukh, Secretary General of the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party.

He congratulated the Mongolian ruling party on its achievements made in national construction and thanked the Mongolian people for their support to Vietnam’s national liberation in the past and its present renewal process.

Mr Khurelsukh said that Mongolia considers Vietnam an important and trusted partner in Southeast Asia and that it is interested in studying Vietnam’s development experiences.

Mongolia will do its utmost to further develop relations and cooperation with Vietnam, he said.

Both host and guest agreed that the two parties should continue to promote the traditional friendship and cooperation in the interests of their nations and for peace, national independence, democracy and social progress in the region and the rest of the world.

The same day, Truong Tan Sang, a Party Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Secretariat, had a meeting with the Mongolian delegation.

They briefed each other on the two parties’ foreign affairs policies and international relations and discussed measures to increase their friendly ties.


Source:Voice of Vietnam, news agency
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