Vietnam vows to enhance ties with China in all aspects

12:56, June 08, 2010      

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Leaders of Vietnam's National Assembly and the country's top political advisory body told a visiting senior Chinese political advisor in Hanoi on Monday that Vietnam is ready to enhance ties with China in all aspects, according to a statement of the Chinese delegation on Tuesday.

Vietnamese National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong and President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Huynh Dam met with Wang Zhizhen, vice chairwoman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) respectively on Monday.

Trong said during the meeting with Wang that Vietnam and China are good neighbors. Bilateral relations have developed in all aspects over the past years in the spirit of good neighbors, good friends, good comrades and good partners.

Dam told the senior Chinese political advisor in the meeting that there have been increasing exchanges between VFF and CPPCC over the past years, which played an important role in enhancing bilateral relations.

For her part, Wang told Vietnamese leaders that China and Vietnam have seen increased high-level visits, enhanced political mutual trust and deepened cooperation over the past years.

Wang said China is ready to work together with Vietnam to advance bilateral comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.

Wang is in Vietnam to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) on East Asia and pay a good-will visit to the country.



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