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Vietnamese Party leader meets with Dominican MIU party leader

(Xinhua)

14:00, February 21, 2012

HANOI, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) -- General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong met here on Monday with a high-ranking delegation of the Dominican Republic' s United Left Movement (MIU) Party led by its General Secretary cum Minister of the Dominican Republic, Jose Miguel Mejia, during their visit to Vietnam.

Trong sincerely thanked the solidarity and support of the Dominican people, the MIU and its general secretary rendered for the Vietnamese people during the latter's fight for national salvation in the past and their national construction at present.

Trong congratulated the success of the MIU Party and expressed his belief that in the coming time the MIU Party and the Dominican progressive alliance would obtain more achievement in their just fight for peace, national independence, democracy and social progress.

The MIU Party General Secretary thanked Trong for warm welcome, affirming his admiration to the late President Ho Chi Minh, the CPV and the Vietnamese people, as well as expressing his impression on Vietnam's achievements in the renewal process.

The two party leaders informed each other of their respective country's current situation and affirmed determination to further consolidate and develop solidarity and friendship between the two parties and people of Vietnam and Dominica.

Earlier on the same day, a delegation of the CPV Central Committee led by its Foreign Relations Commission Chief Hoang Binh Quan, held talks with MIU Party delegation led by Mejia. During the talks, the two sides exchanged news of their respective party and international issues of mutual concern, as well as discussed measures to further expand bilateral relations and cooperation.

Mejia and his entourages also met with representatives of the Vietnamese ministry of foreign affairs and some agencies and businesses to work on measures to boost cooperation in the coming years.

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Diego at 2012-02-2265.78.34.*
I"m from the Dominican Republic and I"ve never heard of that party. I sick of the left in my country, we don"t need more. Also, the Dominican Republic and Dominica are two different countries.
  

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