Vietnamese party chief meets Chinese military delegation

13:07, May 27, 2010      

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General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nong Duc Manh met with Li Jinai, director of the General Political Department of the Chinese People 's Liberation Army (PLA) in Hanoi on Wednesday, according to a PLA statement issued here on Thursday.

During the meeting, Manh said Vietnam is committed to consolidating and developing all-round friendly cooperation with China, adding that Vietnam vows to be China's good neighbor forever.

Manh said he believes that with joint efforts from both Vietnam and China, bilateral comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership will be continuously enhanced. The relations will bring prosperity and benefits to the two nations and two peoples.

Manh said Vietnam attached great importance to military exchanges between the two countries. He expected the two armies could enhance cooperation and deepen friendship.

Li said China and Vietnam are witnessing deepened bilateral comprehensive cooperative partnership. The two armies have embraced strengthened exchanges in all areas and at all levels.

Li said it is the trend of the historical development and the demands of the times to develop friendly relations between China and Vietnam.

Li said the bilateral relations are at the threshold of a new era. The two sides should cherish the bilateral ties and continuously advance the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.



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