Xi Jinping Hopes his State Visit to Vietnam Seals Further Friendship Between Both Countries
Chinese President Xi Jinping has arrived in the Vietnam capital of Hanoi kicking off a two day stat visit to the neighboring country. This is Xi’s first visit to Vietnam as China’s head of State and leader of the Communist Party of China. Xi along with his wife Pang Liyuan and other delegation members was greeted by a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam Dinh The Huynh. Xi said that he hopes that his visit will further cement the traditional friendship, lift the China-Vietnam comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership and outline the future development of both countries relations.
China shows great importance to its traditional friendship with Vietnam and view the bilateral ties from a strategic height and long term perspective. Xi said that the smooth development of bilateral ties since both countries forged diplomatic relations said that the deepening partnership brought tangible interests for China and Vietnam and make important contribution to regional peace, prosperity and stability. Xi is also looking forward in having a more in depth exchange of ideas with Trong Tan Sang, Vietnamn’s president and it other leaders on the relations between the two countries as well as international and regional issues of common concern.
Xi said he is looking forward to having in-depth exchanges of view with Trong, Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang and other Vietnamese leaders on the relations between the two parties and the two countries, as well as on international and regional issues of common concern. During his two day visit Xi will be meeting separately with Trong, Sang, the Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung.
Despite the short visit, the achievements is expected to be fruitful, as Xi will be addressing the Vietnamese parliament on how to promote China-Vietnam relations as both countries will be signing a series of agreements on areas such as infrastructure, trade, economy, education, party to party cooperation and culture.