(VOVworld) – The President of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, is on her 4-day Vietnam visit at the invitation of President Truong Tan Sang to boost bilateral in-depth cooperation. After an official reception today in Hanoi, Kirchner held talks with President Sang and met with Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung. On Saturday she toured Ho Chi Minh city and worked with Le Hoang Quan, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee. On this occasion, Vietnam-Argentina relations have been covered in depth by Vietnam’s press. The Nhan Dan (People) newspaper ran an article on strengthening Vietnam-Argentina comprehensive ties, highlighting the fine development since the establishment of diplomatic ties in October, 1973. The joint statement released during Prime Minister Dung’s visit to Argentina affirmed rapidly growing relations which reach strategic level. The two countries share similar viewpoints and have supported each other on global issues at multilateral forums and international organizations. The People’s Army newspaper underscored that the Vietnam-Argentina cooperation will benefit both countries and regions. Argentina will help Vietnam get closer to the South American common market while Vietnam will bridge Argentina and ASEAN.
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