Vietnam aims to elevate relations with Czech and Hungary

(VOVworld) – Vietnamese National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan has begun a 4-day official visit to the Czech Republic starting Tuesday.
“The two countries’ leaders will discuss their respective legislative experience. We expect that the visit will deepen relations between the two parliaments,” Vietnamese Ambassador to Czech Truong Manh Son told VOV. 
Ms. Ngan is scheduled to meet with Czech Senate Chairman Milan Stech, Chamber of Deputies Chairman Jan Hamacek, President Milos Zeman, and Prime Minister Bohuslap Sobotka, and will visit economic and cultural centers in Czech.

During the second leg of her European tour on Monday, Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan met Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary Kover Laszlo in Budapest.

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NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan and Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary Kover Laszlo (photo: Le Tuyet)

Both sides agreed to enhance cooperation in areas of their potential. Madam Ngan told a press conference after their talks: “We’ve reached consensus on common evaluation on bilateral relations. We’ll increase delegation exchanges to enhance the implementation of agreements signed between the two National Assemblies. We agree to support and consult each other at multilateral and the inter-parliamentary forums.” 

Mr. Kover Laszlo said Vietnam is Hungary’s strategic partner in Southeast Asia. 

Receving Madam Ngan the same day, Hungarian President Asder János noted that Hungary respects the Vietnamese community in Hungary and hopes that they will continue to contribute to relations between the 2 countries.

Meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Orban Viktor, National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan welomes the signing of a framework agreement on credit cooperation worth 440 million euros. 

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 National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan and Hungarian Prime Minister Orban Viktor

Prime Minister Orban Viktor affirms that he will visit Vietnam this year at the invitation of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. 



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