VN welcomes Czech Republic's move to re-grant long-term visas for Vietnamese nationals
12:27 | 11/06/2019

VGP - Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan in Ha Noi on June 10 received Vice Chairman of the Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies Vojtěch Filip.

Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan (R) receives Vice Chairman of the Czech Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies Vojtěch Filip,  Ha Noi,  June 10, 2019

At the reception, Vojtěch Filip affirmed that his nation always believes in Viet Nam’s support at international forums and in the Southeast Asia, while the country consistently backs Viet Nam within the framework of the European Union as well as at international forums, including the United Nations. 

He wished that the Vietnamese NA will continue to offer more conditions for relevant authorities to bolster cooperation towards boosting ties between legislative bodies.

He also praised the Vietnamese people community in the Czech Republic for their remarkable contributions to strengthening the traditional friendship and all-around cooperation between the two countries.

The Czech Republic desires to open Ha Noi-Prague flight route, and work with Viet Nam on tourism, the environment, automobile production, healthcare and social welfare, he said, while applauding the coordination between relevant agencies in the fight against drug.

In turn, thee NA leader appreciated the Czech Republic’s support for the Viet Nam-EU relations, especially the EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement, and the EU-Viet Nam Investment Protection Agreement.

Ngan highlighted parliamentary cooperation with regular exchange of delegations, experience sharing, and coordination at various multilateral parliamentary forums.

She welcomed the Czech Republic’s move to re-grant long-term visas for Vietnamese nationals for the purposes of employment or business in the European country since June 2019, and wishes that both sides will negotiate and sign agreements to improve labour export cooperation.

The  top Vietnamese legislator spoke highly of the outcomes of the talks between NA Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong and Vojtěch Filip while showing her elation at the sound friendship and traditional cooperation between the two nations, which have been treasured by generations of leaders and peoples. 

She suggested launching a host of political, cultural and people-to-people exchange activities towards the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties in 2020 as well as further collaboration in the areas of defence-security, education-training, energy, environmental protection, science-technology, healthcare and agriculture.

By Vien Nhu

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