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|Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong (R) receives outgoing Russian Ambassador Konstantin Vnukov (Photo: VNA)|
Receiving outgoing Russian Ambassador to Vietnam Konstantin Vnukov in Hanoi on Dec. 3, Trong spoke highly of the Russian diplomat’s contributions to the Vietnam-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership over the years, Vietnamplus reported.
Vietnam has nurtured a traditional friendship with the Soviet Union in the past and Russia at present, he said, voicing his gratitude for the support that the Soviet Union and Russia have provided for Vietnam over the years.
The bilateral political ties enjoy a high level of trust as the exchange of delegations has been maintained in all channels, with the cooperation via the party channel serving as an important political foundation, contributing to deepening the Vietnam-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership, the Party General Secretary said.
He hailed the positive development of the countries’ economic cooperation, noting that partnership in the fields of defense, security, military engineering, energy, and oil and gas continues to act as a pillar of the countries’ ties.
Vietnam and Russia need to proactively carry out agreements reached by high-ranking officials for the benefits of the two nations, as well as contributing to maintaining peace, stability, and development in the region and the world, General Secretary Trong said.
|Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong and outgoing Russian Ambassador Konstantin Vnukov pose for a group photo Photo: VNA|
The leader also sent his regards and gratitude to Russian President V. Putin for attending the East Asia Summit held in Vietnam’s ASEAN Chairmanship Year, and greetings to D. Medvedev, Chairman of the ruling United Russia political party.
For his part, Vnukov vowed that he will spare no efforts in bolstering the bilateral relations in his new position.
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