Vietnamese party, army senior officials meet with Chinese military delegation

11:08, November 28, 2010      

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Senior officials of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and Vietnamese army met with a visiting Chinese military delegation respectively in Vietnam Saturday on bilateral relations and military ties.

Truong Tan Sang, member of the Political Bureau of CPV Central Committee, and also permanent member of the Secretariat of the CPV Central Committee met with the Chinese military delegation headed by Deputy Chief of the Chinese People's Liberation Army General Staff Ma Xiaotian on Saturday.

At the meeting with Ma, Sang said bilateral friendly cooperation and comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership have seen fine development in recent years.

Sang expected the two parties and two peoples to look at bilateral relations from the perspective of broad common interests and develop traditional friendship of the two countries to a new level.

Vietnamese Defense Minister Phung Quang Thanh also met with Ma Saturday on development of bilateral military ties and the two sides exchanged views on issues of mutual concern.

Thanh at the meeting expressed his appreciation to China and Chinese people in supporting Vietnam's fight for independence and the country's national liberation and development process.

Thanh said Vietnam attaches great importance to developing military ties with China and is ready to work together with China to strengthen understanding and trust, learn from each other and contribute to further development of bilateral comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.

Source:Xinhua
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