Party leader urges stronger collaboration between VN, Czech

08:50 | 08/06/2017 MUTRAP Corner

Vietnam and the Czech Republic should maintain delegation exchanges at all levels and increase cooperation between their ministries, sectors, localities and businesses to carry out the signed agreements, said Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong.

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong (R) receives Czech President Milos Zeman on June 7 - Photo: VNA

At a reception for Czech President Milos Zeman in Hanoi on June 7, the Party leader described the President’s visit as important to the countries’ traditional friendship and multi-faceted cooperation.

He briefed his guest on the recent situation of Vietnam and thanked the Czech people for their precious and effective support to the country in the fight for national liberation in the past and national development efforts at present, including in training human resources.

He highly valued the achievements the Czech Republic has obtained during the integration and development process.

General Secretary Trong applauded the outcomes of the talks between the Czech President and his Vietnamese counterpart Tran Dai Quang, stressing that the two countries’ relations are developing soundly.

Acknowledging the Czech Government’s favourable conditions for the Vietnamese community in the country, he said those will help them better serve as a bridge linking the two nations.

At the meeting, President Zeman informed the host about his country’s recent situation and the outcomes of his talks and meetings with Vietnamese leaders.

He emphasised that the Czech Republic attaches importance to the reinforcement and development of the long-standing friendship and cooperation with Vietnam.

It will promote the realisation of the two countries’ cooperation agreements in such fields as economy, trade, culture, education, science and sports, thereby making substantive changes in bilateral ties.

The visiting President also wished the Vietnamese people greater attainments in national reforms so as to build a prosperous and strong Vietnam.

Theo NDO/VNA