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Vietnamese Ambassador presents credentials to Czech President

October 23, 2020 | 08:34

At a reception for Vietnamese Ambassador Thai Xuan Dung who came to present his credentials, President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman recalled his visit to Vietnam in the past and praised the sound development of the traditional friendship and multifaceted cooperation with Vietnam.

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Vietnamese Ambassador Thai Xuan Dung and his spouse arrive at Prague Castle, the official office of the President of the Czech Republic. Photo: VNA

The President spoke highly of achievements the Southeast nation has recorded in socio-economic development, particularly in the economic sphere.

The leader also expressed his good impressions on the Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic, saying they have united and integrated into the host country well.

2020 marks 70 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, an important milestone in the Vietnam-Czech relations. The President hopes that during his term, the Ambassador will make meaningful contributions to maintain, consolidate, and further develop the multi-sector cooperation relationship between the two countries and bring this relationship to a new level.

For his part, Ambassador Dung extended the greetings of Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong to the Czech President.

He thanked the Czech State and people for their valuable and effective support, and the President for his good sentiments towards Vietnam, affirming that Vietnam wishes to develop the time-honoured friendship and comprehensive cooperation with the Czech Republic.

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Ambassador Thai Xuan Dung (L) and President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman. Photo: VNA

The ambassador expressed his wish that the Czech State, Government and President continue to facilitate the integration of the Vietnamese community in the host society.

Dung said that he would make every effort to contribute to advancing the bilateral ties to a new high, for common interests, and for peace, friendship, cooperation between peoples of the two countries.

He suggested the two countries step up high-level delegation exchanges and effectively materialise agreements signed within the framework of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) in order to raise the two-way trade.

The ambassador also pledged to intensify coordination with relevant agencies at home and Czech authorities to create optimal conditions for the Vietnamese community to stabilise their lives in the Czech Republic./.

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