Vietnamese, Chinese officials value youth exchanges
19:03 | 26/11/2013

VGP - President of the Viet Nam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan and Vice President of the People’s Republic of China Li Yuanchao have spoken highly of exchanges between the two countries’ youth.

VFF President Nguyen Thien Nhan (R) and Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao – Photo: VGP/ Tu Luong
VFF President Nhan said that youth exchanges serve as a bridge for the two nations' traditional friendship and cooperation, contributing to enhancing and developing the bilateral comprehensive strategic partnership.
 
The Chinese leader stressed that the traditional friendship is a precious common treasure nourished by generations of leaders. 
 
He expressed pleasure with developments in the bilateral ties for practically benefiting both countries’ people.
 
He said that the Communist Party and Government of China attach importance to strategic relations with the Party, Government and people of Viet Nam.
 
The ongoing festival is an opportunity for the youth to promote friendship and mutual understanding, inherit and contribute to bolstering bilateral ties, for both nations’ bright future on the way to socialism.
 
VFF President Nhan congratulated Chinese people on their achievements in the process of renewal, open-door and socialist construction and wished that they will gain further outcomes in national development and construction.
 
He stressed that regular meetings between high-ranking leaders of the two Parties and the two countries play a directive role in developing bilateral ties.
 
He affirmed Viet Nam’s consistent long-term policy of attaching importance to consolidating and developing relations with China as the top priority in the country’s foreign policy.
 
On the same day, First Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee Nguyen Dac Vinh met with First Secretary of the Communist Youth League of China Qin Yizhi.
 
Yizhi welcomed the Vietnamese delegation and expressed his hope that the festival will be a chance for both countries’ youth to get closer through exchange activities.
 
Vinh affirmed the festival’s importance which comprise exchanges between the two countries’ high-level leaders, youth and the young from provinces along the common border.
 
He expressed his hope that exchange and cooperative activities between the two countries’ youth will help strengthen the two nations’ friendship./.
 
By Vien Nhu
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