Sunday, December 14, 2008

Former S Korean chairman cheered

HA NOI — National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong applauded contributions made by former NA speaker of South Korea Lee Man Sop to boosting the friendship and multi-faceted co-operation between the two countries.

While receiving the former South Korean legislator in Ha Noi yesterday, chairman Trong expressed his delight at the development of the ties between the two countries in various fields, including politics, economy, culture, education and tourism.

He said around 25,000 Vietnamese brides and 45,000 Vietnamese workers were living and working in South Korea and thousands of Vietnamese tourists visit South Korea each year, serving as a tool to strengthen the link between the two countries.

Trong said he was impressed at the great achievements made by South Korean Government and people in the national construction and development process during his visit to South Korea in March this year.

For his part, Lee Man Sop expressed his delight at the rapid and comprehensive development of Viet Nam in recent years.

He said he believed that under the leadership of the Party and State, Viet Nam would continue gaining new achievements in the future.

He expressed his thanks to Viet Nam for its support to the peace process on the Korean Peninsula.

The former South Korean top legislator praised contributions made by the Vietnamese community in South Korea to the socio-economic development of the country, and expressed his belief that the two countries’ co-operation would be lifted to a new level in the near future. — VNS

Reference : vietnam news


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