Vietnamese PM meets Chinese Vice FM on bilateral ties

10:38, April 20, 2011      

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Vietnam hopes to join hands with China to strengthen bilateral ties and broaden all-sided cooperation, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said.

Dung made the remarks when meeting with Zhang Zhijun, head of the visiting Chinese government delegation on China-Vietnam boundary negotiation and vice foreign minister in Hanoi on Tuesday.

The Vietnamese party, government and people attach great importance to the Vietnam-China overall strategic partnership relations and will make constant efforts to promote bilateral relations to a new stage, Dung said.

Zhang said to further consolidate China-Vietnam good neighborly friendship and strengthen cooperation is in the fundamental and long-term interests of the two countries and two peoples.

China will make concerted efforts with Vietnam to realize the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries, enhance political trust, strengthen cooperation in a down-to-earth manner, properly handle differences, and to ensure a sustained, sound and steady development of bilateral relations, Zhang said.

From April 18 to 19, the heads of the government delegations on boundary negotiation between China and Vietnam held a meeting in Hanoi and both sides exchanged views on the issue related to China- Vietnam land and sea boundary demarcation.

The head of the Vietnamese government delegation is Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Ho Xuan Son.

During the meeting, both sides agreed to implement boundary demarcation documents signed between the two countries and properly resolve related issues through friendly consultation.

Source: Xinhua
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