PM requests diplomatic services to make greater effort for national development
22:09 | 27/11/2006
VNGOVNet) – In the afternoon of November 27, at the head office of the Government, PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng received 82 heads of Vietnamese representative agencies abroad who are attending the 25th Conference of Diplomatic Services. In the reception, the PM stressed that, in the country’s new period, the diplomatic services should make greater efforts for the benefit of national development.

PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng poses for a commemorative photo with heads of Vietnamese representative agencies abroad – Photo: VNGOVNet


The PM described the diplomatic services as an advisor for Vietnam’s Communist Party and Government in setting out guidelines and policies on external affairs and also the core and spearhead force in implementing these policies. Appreciating the services’ role, the PM praised diplomatic staff for overcoming difficulties to fulfill their assignments.

The PM stressed that in the time to come, the services should focus on boosting national development and promoting Vietnam as a friend and reliable partner of other countries for the sake of peace, stability, development and mutual benefit. The diplomatic services should strive to attract for the country more investment, aid, scientific advances and technology; contribute to improving national education and vocational training; and assist Vietnamese enterprises in penetrating deeper into and carving out more of the regional and international markets.

PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng called the attention of the heads of Vietnamese diplomatic representative agencies abroad to the community of overseas Vietnamese. He said they should help the overseas Vietnamese with their business and daily life and work to make a united, prosperous and home country-attached community out of them.

Vietnamese Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan Chu Tuấn Cáp thanked the PM and affirmed that all the diplomatic staff will strive best to implement the Party's guidelines and State's policies on external affairs./.

By Hoàng Nguyên Hồ

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