Beijing (VNA) – A high-ranking delegation of the
Vietnam People’s Navy, led by Rear Admiral Pham Van Vung, is on a visit to
China between June 11 and 15 at the invitation of Vice Admiral Qin
Shengxiang, Political Commissar of the Chinese People's Liberation Army
Rear Admiral Pham Van Vung (L), Political Commissar of
the Vietnam People’s Navy, and Sen. Lieut. Gen. Miao Hua, Chairman of the
Chinese Central Military Commission’s Department of Political Work (Photo: VNA)
The delegation has so far paid a courtesy call to Sen. Lieut. Gen. Miao Hua,
Chairman of the Chinese Central Military Commission’s Department of
Political Work and held talks with Vice Admiral Qin Shengxiang. The
Vietnamese officials also visited the Dalian Maritime University.
At these meetings, both sides acknowledged that the
cooperation and friendship between the Vietnamese and Chinese armies and
navies have grown robustly in the past time, becoming an important pillar in
the two nations’ relations.
They agreed to further strengthen the ties based on
tackling disagreement in line with common conceptions of the two Party,
State and army leaders to sustain security, peace, and stability in the
The delegation was also informed on China’s
experience on Party-related work, particularly political education in the
country’s army and navy.
The sides said they will continue boosting
cooperation and experience exchange in carrying out Party-related and
political work in their navies.-VNA