Vice Chairman of the National Assembly (NA) Uong Chu Luu paid a working visit to Sweden on December 9-10 to foster friendship and bilateral cooperation between the two countries and parliaments. During his stay, the NA Vice Chairman held a working session with Speaker of the Swedish Parliament Per Westerberg who highly valued the long-standing relations between the two countries and expressed his delight at the progress of the bilateral ties. The Swedish top legislator underlined that Vietnam and Sweden should continue expanding their economic and tourism cooperation, while enhancing exchanges of delegations for peace, development and prosperity in both countries. At the talks with the NA Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu, Swedish Minister of Justice Beatrice Ask recalled her recent visit to Vietnam earlier this year and expressed her impression at the people and nation of Vietnam. During his visit, Luu also had meetings with Chairman of the Stockholm City Council, heads of the Parliament’s Committees for Foreign Affairs and Justice, Chief Judge of the Swedish Supreme Court. The Swedish side introduced the organisation, functions and missions of each office, while sharing operation experience of the Parliament, Court and Ministry of Justice. They also learned about the new contents…
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