World • 08 August, 2019

Ambassador of Kazakhstan presented credentials to the President of Vietnam

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It is reported by the press service of MFA.

 Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Mr. Yerlan Baizhanov presented his credentials to the President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Secretary General of the Central Committee of the Communist party Nguyen Phu Trong.

Having reported warm words of greeting to the head of Vietnam on behalf of the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev, the Kazakh diplomat confirmed Kazakhstan's interest in further expansion and strengthening of mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries. 

During the meeting with the Ambassador, the President of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong expressed sincere congratulations to him and wished success in his new mission in Vietnam. The President of Vietnam also briefly spoke about the country's foreign policy priorities, noting Vietnam's strong commitment to the development of friendly relations with the outside world.

“Relations between Vietnam and the country you are representing now developing very well. I believe that this cooperation will be further strengthened”, – Nguyen Phu Trong Said.

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