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EUROPE-VIETNAM FRIENDLY DIALOGUE

Posted by European Council on International Relations on June 17, 2013 at 5:35 PM

On 20-th of July 2012 the working meeting between a delegation of European Council on International Relations, lead by professor dr. Anton Caragea and a delegation from Socialist Republic of Vietnam, lead by Ambassador Vuong Thua Phong, Vice-Chairman of Commission for External Relations of Communist Party of Vietnam had taken place.


Opening the working meeting, Professor dr. Anton Caragea had extended his gratitude towards the Embassy of Socialist Republic of Vietnam for hosting and organizing this working dialogue and bid official welcome into our country to Vietnamese delegation.

Professor dr. Anton Caragea had emphasized, in his speech, the European side openness towards friendly dialogue, consistent and productive towards Vietnam, expressing his interest in expanding bilateral economic exchanges and fostering political and cultural dialogue between the two countries.

The visit of a Vietnamese delegation at the highest level is for us a source of excitement, furthermore as Europe is seeking to re-ignite the long economic and political cooperation tradition towards Vietnam and is considering Vietnam as a privileged partner in this world region, stated prof.Anton Caragea .

Answering to comments made by Professor dr. Anton Caragea, H.E. Ambassador Vuong Thua Phong, underlined that Vietnam is also interested in political, cultural and economic cooperation with Europe and the encouragement received during his visit are extremely important in re-launching the bilateral dialogue.

The meeting had continued with a large area of issues raised in open dialogue between Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and Ambassador Vuong Thua Phong, Vice-Chairman of Commission for External Relations.

The issues varied from main developments in Europe and South-East Asia and the main humanity problems up to date.

The long and open dialogue, full of substance, was considered as extremely useful for the parties and the desire to continue this dialogue in the next period was underlined by the parties.

 

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